Financial hardship continues to be a barrier for many university students. As a recipient of a scholarship, Taylor Clark was able to complete her undergraduate studies and fulfil her academic dreams.By Nikky Lee and Daniel Jauk | Campus and community; Feature; Architecture and construction; Culture, language and Indigenous; Humanities | 2comments
A new scholarship to study Chemistry at Curtin University has been launched to ease the financial constraints of regional students forced to study away from home. The David E. Williams Analytical Reference Laboratory Scholarship has been developed in honour the late David Williams, a scientist hailing from Bunbury who, at the age of 17 in Read MoreBy Megan Meates | Campus and community; Physical sciences and mathematics
Curtin University’s Western Australian School of Mines’ (WASM) youngest student, Bukayo Taiwo, recently completed her first vacation work with Leighton Contractors’ Mining Division after being awarded one of the company’s scholarships.By Andrea Barnard | Campus and community; Research; Engineering and mining
Upholding its reputation as a leader in creating industry linkages, Curtin University of Technology’s Western Australian School of Mines has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the operators of Australia’s largest open pit gold mine, Kalgoorlie Consolidated Gold Mine.
Part of this agreement provides three new $6,000 scholarships for WASM students completing a Bachelor of Engineering degree.By Shaun Ratcliff | Campus and community; Engineering and mining