At just 24, engineering graduate Kassia Ralston has already worked on Australia’s biggest public transport project and played water polo internationally. What’s the key to her success?
By Daniel Jauk | Alumni news; Engineering and mining; Science and Engineering | Leave a comment
At TEDxPerth 2017, Sudanese-born Esther Onek had a simple message for people who have suffered hardship.
By Daniel Jauk | Alumni news; Health | Leave a comment
A month aboard the Nippon Maru was a ‘once in a lifetime opportunity’ for Jordina Quain.
By Arianne Chavez | Campus and community; Health | Leave a comment
Two agribusiness alumna have founded Western Australia’s first edible cricket farm. Are they hopping mad or part of the solution to the world’s food and environmental challenges?
By Zoe Taylor | Alumni news; Agriculture, environment and sustainability | 1 comment
“I just love how happy it is!” Fashion alumna Kate Hannah designs sustainable clothing that’s also fun and frivolous.
By Zoe Taylor | Alumni news; Humanities; The arts and creative industries | Leave a comment
Rupturing her Achilles tendon while playing netball during her honours year was not enough to stop Curtin alumna Kristina Primus from being a mover and shaker.
By Anita Shore | Alumni news; Business, management and law
Curtin alumnus James Coghill has created a successful recycling business that aims to help reduce electronic waste and reduce our carbon footprint.
By Nik Malane | Alumni news; Campus and community; Feature; Science and Engineering
Mass Communications alumna Jesica McKenzie has a nuance for marketing and a fierce ability to network – so much so that she manages the PR for a couture label from the mining town of Kalgoorlie.
By Zoe Taylor | Alumni news; Humanities | Leave a comment
Dance has always been in Danica Hendry’s blood. The physiotherapist and professional ballerina has worked for The Australian Ballet and Tim Minchin’s smash hit, “Matilda the Musical”.
By Arianne Chavez | Alumni news; Campus and community; Research; Health; The arts and creative industries | Leave a comment
If YouTube views are an accurate measure of success, the team from How Ridiculous are chronic overachievers.
By Arianne Chavez | Alumni news; Campus and community; Health