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Curtin University
12/10/2016 at 02:45. Facebook
Ever watched a TV crime show like Bones or CSI and wondered how realistic their forensic methods are? You need to talk to three of our chemistry researchers: Holly Yu, Georgina Sauzier and Karin Van Der Pal.

CSI Curtin: the researchers helping to solve crimes with chemistry

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Curtin University
12/08/2016 at 09:00. Facebook
“When I was in high school, I didn’t really know what I wanted to study. Then I decided that I wanted to change the world, but I didn’t know how. We had this inspirational speaker visit the school and he said “you can change the world one person at a time” and I think that is what occupational therapy is about. It’s so person centered, you’re focused on one person at one time and you’re just...
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Curtin University
12/07/2016 at 05:35. Facebook
Next year we're celebrating 50 years of innovation! We can't wait to bring the Curtin community together for this important milestone. See what we've got planned: [ Bit.ly Link ] #curtin50years

50 years of innovation: WAIT and Curtin

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Curtin University
12/06/2016 at 09:00. Facebook
"I'm in my first year of studying marketing and management, mainly because unlike other degrees I looked into, literally everything about this one looked appealing to me, and maybe I've been influenced by my love to online shop as it involves a lot of heavy marketing.

"This is my first semester at Curtin too, as I actually moved to Melbourne after high school and spent 2015 studying fashion...
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Curtin University
12/03/2016 at 02:00. Facebook
"The very first seizure I had was probably on a field trip in a hotel room. I usually have them first thing in the morning. I get no warning and if there’s no one else around, I just have to pick myself up.

"It’s frustrating in a number of ways … There is that degree of helplessness; that you kind of have to adapt. I was a very independent person, and I’m also kind of a big guy, and you get...
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"I came from a developing country as a person with a disability. Everything is upside down here, everyone is more accepting, you’re seen for who you are, what you’re capable of, and what you bring to the table, and that’s something I really appreciate.

"I always went to school with able-bodied people my whole life, and I guess I was exposed to being different and being seen the whole time as...
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“I’m 27 this year, so I’ve started university late. I did visual art at TAFE but then I went and worked. But the company I was working at was tiny and didn’t have a lot of work, plus it was a strange job, pipe organ building. I didn’t know what to do because I couldn’t easily pick up another job, as I don’t have the experience. So, I decided to go back and study Illustration, which is...
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"People will have varying perceptions about what a medical condition or a disability means, and they will, to a certain extent, try and impose those on you, but you don’t have to accept them … try and stay engaged, stay active and don’t assume that just because it’s a disability it’s a restriction."

Celebrating Disability Awareness Week (27 Nov - 3 Dec). We’re sharing stories like Dr Alison...
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"People will have varying perceptions about what a medical condition or a disability means, and they will, to a certain extent, try and impose those on you, but you don’t have to accept them … try and stay engaged, stay active and don’t assume that just because it’s a disability it’s a restriction."

Celebrating Disability Awareness Week (27 Nov - 3 Dec). We’re sharing stories like Dr Alison...
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"Venturing back from the east to the west coast in 2013 after completing year 12, I was lost in a sea of opportunities – there were plenty of options for my future but I wasn’t sure how to explore them. This was until I met a kindred spirit who encouraged me to seek opportunities available in the community. One of these was the Curtin twilight tour, led by student ambassadors. Going on a...
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The Creative Quarter at our Bentley Campus will come alive in 2017 with a new cycle hub, improved landscaping and creative spaces that will feature artwork displays, study pods, games courts and much more! Read all about it here: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Our scientists are over the moon with a NASA initiative that will allow them to share their planetary research with scientists around the globe, and advance our understanding and exploration of Space. More: [ Bit.ly Link ]
“I’m 27 this year, so I’ve started university late. I did visual art at TAFE but then I went and worked. But the company I was working at was tiny and didn’t have a lot of work, plus it was a strange job, pipe organ building. I didn’t know what to do because I couldn’t easily pick up another job, as I don’t have the experience. So, I decided to go back and study Illustration, which is...
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We're now one step closer to developing our new Midland Campus! Once built, this location will be a clinical base for Curtin Medical School students in their fourth and fifth year of study, and will also be utilised by Curtin Allied Health Schools.

New Midland Campus one step closer

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Congrats to the Curtin alumni recognised at the Alumni Achievement Awards Ceremony on Friday night. Alan Langford, Benyamin Bin Ismail, Noel Fosbery, Sabina Shugg AM, Zaheer Allam, Ashlee Harrison, Nick Maisey, Sherryn Reid, Freda Jacob AM and the Curtin Graduate School of Business Alumni Chapter Committee were awarded for the extraordinary contributions they've made in their chosen...
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“There are a couple of roles that Curtin can play [in reducing LGBTIQ phobia]. Definitely, the research end of it is key. Research generates data that’s useful for developing programs and influencing policies that can lead to reduced discrimination and a change in attitudes.

“I come from Nebraska in the United States, where I led a research group and did a lot of work with LGBTIQ partners in...
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"I decided to enrol in international relations and journalism at Curtin because I want to keep being an advocate for young multicultural people, and because I’m quite outspoken! I also volunteer for the Youth Affairs Council of Western Australia where I plan state youth summits for young multicultural people from all around the state. These summits give young individuals the opportunity to...
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Highlights from Curtin Student Guild's end of semester event, Grasslands. Thanks to everyone who came along to celebrate the end of the uni year!