Curtin University, together with Future Bayswater Inc, has won two awards at the annual Planning Institute of Australia (PIA) WA Awards for Planning Excellence, in recognition
By April Kleer | General; Architecture and construction; Humanities
Curtin student Radheya Jegatheva’s animated astronaut is mesmerising film festival audiences around the world.
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An Australian book co-authored by Associate Professor Paul Genoni has been named a winner at the 2019 Prime Minister Literary Awards, where it triumphed in the non-fiction category.
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A new alliance of researchers led by Curtin University will work together to improve the way research is shared, charting new pathways for the future of universities around the world.
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This individualised and hands-on three-part short course will focus on furthering understanding of autism and practical strategies to meet the needs of students with autism.
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Curtin University has congratulated respected restoration biologist John Curtin Distinguished Professor Kingsley Dixon on being honoured at the 2019 Australian Native Plant Awards.
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A technological development that has the potential to save Australia’s oil and gas industry millions of dollars each year has been crowned the overall winner at the 2019 Curtinnovation Awards.
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Zak Hilditch (These Final Hours), Alison James (Judas Collar) and Grant Sputore (I Am Mother) reveal their advice for aspiring filmmakers from Western Australia.
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In the era of open access, open science and open knowledge… what about open literacy?
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The conference will bring together experts in play and play-based learning for a rich and rewarding day of professional learning.
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