Although he humbly maintains he’s just a boy from Broome who enjoys spending all day fishing, his professional success has enabled him to have a great impact on the Indigenous community.
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Rachel Visser is a woman that can do it all. Not only does she work as a senior project officer assisting the Aboriginal community with employment, but she’s studying Social Work at Curtin.
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Working as a translator for the Australian army in Afghanistan inspired Azizi to relocate to Perth and start a new life. He plans to study Civil Engineering at Curtin next year.
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Doctor of Philosophy student Chloe Yu Shu is helping to prevent eating disorders by targeting pre-diagnosed females with signs of perfectionism through an innovative online support program.
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Curtin Professor Oksana Burford is not your ordinary university lecturer. Apart from working at Curtin, she’s been an avid anti-smoking campaigner and has recently taken her research trial overseas.
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Now in its third year, the Relay for Life event is organised completely by Curtin students and graduates, and challenges teams to walk or run in relays for 24 hours.
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Curtin University PhD student Fatch Kalembo, a Malawian native, wants to change the way HIV patients are treated in Malawi, specifically children.
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