A science teacher who has demonstrated outstanding leadership, professionalism and dedication over her 30 year career in education has been awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award at Curtin University.
By Lauren Sydoruk | Alumni news; Campus and community; General; Education
Patients diagnosed with a rare and aggressive type of lung cancer called malignant pleural mesothelioma (MPM) do not have an improved quality of life.
By Lauren Sydoruk | General; Research; Health
The presence of well-preserved biological material found in an Early Jurassic ichthyosaur vertebra suggests that fossils could play a major role in understanding the biology of extinct species.
By April Kleer | Feature; General; Research; Science and Engineering
A $100 million national research centre will receive an $18 million funding extension over three years to build on research that has reduced the economic impact of crop disease for Australian growers.
By Carole Kerr | Campus and community; General; Agriculture, environment and sustainability
During semester break, nine Physiotherapy students stepped off a plane into the riot of colour, sounds and smells that is Kathmandu, Nepal. It was to be home for the next month.
By Arianne Chavez | Campus and community; Feature; General; Health
Curtin University researchers have for the first time discovered the melting of mud in the Earth’s mantle, providing insights into the nature and history of the continental crust.
By Lauren Sydoruk | General; Research; Science and Engineering
Two Aboriginal leaders in their respective fields were today announced as the 2017 John Curtin Medallists at a special ceremony held at Curtin University.
By Hailey Ross | Campus and community; General; Culture, language and Indigenous; Education
West Australian industry figures joined representatives from Curtin University to celebrate the opening of the University’s Dubai campus at a special event held in Perth.
By Hailey Ross | Campus and community; General; Education
Humanities graduate, Sarah Fulford, was inspired to research the ‘Vyner Brooke nurses’, a group of World War II POWs, whose camaraderie and stoicism in the face of horrific experiences defines them.
By Arianne Chavez | Alumni news; Campus and community; General; Research; Health; Humanities | Leave a comment
Teachers and parents/guardians will gain a better understanding of the behaviour and expectations of students and parents from East Asian (in particular, Chinese) backgrounds.
By Nicola Cobley | General