For Curtin alumnus Dean Israelite, director of the found footage science fiction thriller, Project Almanac, life couldn’t be more successful.
By Daniel Jauk | Alumni news; Campus and community; The arts and creative industries | Leave a comment
Harith Iskander has been entertaining crowds across Asia and Australia for almost 25 years and his student days in Perth are now a favourite part of his comedy routine.
By Carmen Reilly | Alumni news; The arts and creative industries
The highly anticipated operatic adaptation of children’s book The Rabbits, a showcase event of the 2015 Perth International Arts Festival, mesmerises guests at Curtin’s first alumni event of the year.
By Yvette Tulloch | Alumni news | Leave a comment
Curtin University’s Master of Business Administration (MBA) program has, for the second consecutive time, been awarded EFMD Programme Accreditation System (EPAS) accreditation.
By Susanna Wolz | Alumni news; Future students; General; Business, management and law | Leave a comment
You may know her best as the much-loved Rhonda who stole Ketut’s heart in the AAMI Insurance ads, but there’s more to Mandy McElhinney than one half of Australia’s famous love story.
By Yvette Tulloch | Alumni news; Campus and community; Feature; The arts and creative industries | Leave a comment
Don’t miss Curtin graduate Dean Israelite’s most recent film, Project Almanac. Showing on campus at the Curtin Outdoor Community Cinema in March.
By Courtney Schuur | Alumni news; Campus and community; The arts and creative industries
Curtin University alumna and Perth Clinical Psychologist, Dr Gayle Maloney has been awarded a prestigious scholarship to study at Yale University by the Australian-American Fulbright Commission.
By Joanne Penny | Alumni news; Feature; Research; Health
With more than twenty years’ experience as a business journalist, Mark Pownall is excited to deliver his online readers more reliable news stories, faster.
By Carmen Reilly | Alumni news; General; Business, management and law; Culture, language and Indigenous; The arts and creative industries
Dilkash’s path to success was a difficult one as she struggled with a culture crossover and getting into university. As a Curtin student ambassador, she now tells her story to prospective students in
By Jessica Ibacache | Alumni news; Campus and community; Business, management and law | 1 comment
Although he humbly maintains he’s just a boy from Broome who enjoys spending all day fishing, his professional success has enabled him to have a great impact on the Indigenous community.
By Jessica Ibacache | Alumni news; Campus and community; Health | 1 comment