PhD researchers from Curtin’s School of Public Health are pushing marketing fallacies aside and providing accurate, well-researched solutions to contemporary public health issues.
By Zoe Taylor | Campus and community; Research; Research Featured; Health | Leave a comment
Manipulative, ruthless and lacking in empathy. Sound like traits of someone you interact with every day in the office? You could be working with a corporate psychopath.
By Nik Malane | Alumni news; Research; Business, management and law | Leave a comment
Science educator and Curtin Lifetime Achievement Award winner Dr Susan Barkdoll reflects on 30 years of teaching, from kindergarten to university level in San Bernardino, California.
By Dr Susan Barkdoll | Alumni news; Education; Humanities; Science and Engineering | 1 comment
The Kalgoorlie biplane, built by WA School of Mines students in 1915, is a remarkable story about battling against the odds.
By Daniel Jauk and Elizabeth McKenzie (university archivist) | Alumni news; Campus and community; Engineering and mining; Science and Engineering | 2comments
In October, the Luxury Branding Research Cluster (LBRC) invited academics, industry and students to celebrate 50 years of innovation by Curtin University and three years of stellar work by the LBRC.
By Curtin University | Campus and community; Research; Business, management and law
Sebastian Salicru is a leadership development expert, author, business phychologist, company director and fellow of McLean/Harvard Medical School. Here’s his thoughts on adaptive leadership.
By Sebastian Salicru | Alumni news; Business, management and law | Leave a comment
Can computers become better judges of financial risk than human bank tellers? Some computer scientists and data analysts certainly think so.
By Saurav Dutta | Research; Business, management and law; IT and computing | Leave a comment
Maximising gold extraction has been dangerous, low-tech and far from an exact science. Until now.
By Kitty Drok | Research; Engineering and mining | Leave a comment
In the era of social media, what impact does being ‘internet famous’ really have on kids?
By Kim Cousins | Research; Humanities; Internet Communications | Leave a comment
After 40 years in Europe, Professor Putnis is back in Australia, and has been awarded the title of John Curtin Distinguished Professor.
By Jarrad Long | Feature; Research; Engineering and mining | Leave a comment