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Ever expanding horizons

Over the years, our physical expansion has mirrored our forward-looking nature and our responsiveness to the changing needs of our students, partners and the broader communities we serve.

Pride and prejudice

When Michelle Rogers studied social work at WAIT from 1979-1982, being gay in Western Australia was illegal and university campuses weren’t immune to the prejudices of the time.

Art of curating

Chris Malcolm discusses the impact of the John Curtin Gallery and a new project to add to its already vast collection.

To live and give

Scholarships change lives. More than 13 per cent of students at Curtin come from low socio-economic backgrounds – many of them relying on a scholarship to obtain a university qualification.

A star is born

The latest edition of Nature Index Rising Stars points to Curtin as the top Australian mover in the national tertiary sector. Why? Here we review Curtin’s research ascendency.