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03/24/2017 at 07:02. Facebook
Here's a healthy twist on a student classic - mee goreng. Find the full recipe and more at: [ Bit.ly Link ]
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03/23/2017 at 09:00. Facebook
"I started competitive Irish Dancing when I was five years old. My mum and uncle, who have danced in England, opened an Irish dance school here called Keady Upton. My biggest achievement by far is getting sixth place at the worlds this year. Before that my best was sixteenth! I took a gap year from Uni and went to America where I trained for six months at an elite school there and went to...
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03/23/2017 at 02:00. Facebook
There's been a clean advancement in our Oral Health Therapy degree. Can you spot the difference? #curtin50years
Curtin University
03/21/2017 at 09:00. Facebook
“Realistically, I would like to be a human resources manager at a big firm. Unrealistically, my two dream jobs would be being a talk show host or the Prime Minister of Australia. I actually got into politics in a local branch, but every meeting had 80-year-olds discussing the railway system and it was boring. It sort of scared me off for a bit.”

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03/20/2017 at 01:33. Facebook
Our driverless bus has arrived, and while it doesn't need a driver, it does need a name! Submit your suggestion and you could win a $500 Coles Myer voucher. Terms and conditions: [ Bit.ly Link ]

Name Curtin's new driverless bus

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Our staff have played a major role throughout our 50 Years of Innovation. To celebrate their contributions we invited them to create another piece of history. #curtin50years
Learn about Raoul Wallenberg, one of the most famous and admired Swedes in the world, at an exhibition at Curtin University St Georges Tce.

Working from the Swedish legation in Budapest, Raoul led a daring operation to rescue countless Jews from the Holocaust in the closing stages of World War ll. This exhibition, ‘Raoul Wallenberg – to me there´s no other choice’ describes the Swedish...
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Raoul Wallenberg exhibition

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“I originally started in occupational therapy but I just knew that was not for me. I took a break, went into full-time work and decided to return [to university] in 2015 to do social work – something I had always been interested in. I love it. I am passionate about helping people and I love hearing their stories.”

Meet other #humansofcurtin here: [ Bit.ly Link ]
We're proud to be in partnership with NASA's Solar System Exploration Research Virtual Institute to train and inspire the next generation of scientific explorers. See the opportunities that could arise for the science community here: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Our interior architecture students put their skills into practice and built 3D abstractions of famous architectural buildings from sand.
“This is my second year studying physiotherapy. My mum is a nurse, which is why I wanted to study something health related. I explored the different areas like nursing, occupational therapy, and physiotherapy, and I realised that I loved physiotherapy.

"My favourite aspect is learning about neurological physiotherapy because it’s pretty interesting and the brain is amazing.”

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Celebrate the "festival of colours" by joining us at Lower Henderson Court for our Holi celebrations! There is traditional Indian food, music, dancers and a whole lot of colour throwing. Happening now until 6 pm.
Curtinnovation brings you a world first social game on Facebook Live.

The game can be played by hitting the reaction buttons at the bottom of the post, but be careful, you’re playing along with the rest of the world. Try working together in the comments section!
For film and television graduate Ashley Barron, a creative love affair with cinematography flourished into an award nomination for her thesis film Dreamland. Read her story: [ Bit.ly Link ]
"I’m studying chemical engineering. It was always something I thought I wanted to do. Growing up I was always interested in chemistry, specifically out of all of the sciences. So, I just saw this as the way I could continue to grow my chemical understanding. I love the chemistry labs, they’re enjoyable and it’s just so interesting seeing how what you’ve been studying shows itself in the real...
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Our interior architecture students put their skills into practice and built 3D abstractions of famous architectural buildings from sand.
We've got a projector bike on our Bentley Campus for the next three nights! Meet us at The Forum at 7 pm with your bike and you'll go on a ride around campus, stopping to see short films along the way.

Schedule:

Thursday 9 March, 7 pm - 8.30 pm
Student short film screening

Friday 10 March, 7 pm - 8.30 pm
Wheels of reels

Saturday 11 March, 7 pm - 8.30 pm
Greatest Aussie films

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Projector bike: see short films on campus

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Now this must bring back memories for some of our mathematics graduates. How excited were you to work on our first programmable calculators in the 1960s? #curtin50years
We've been ranked second in the world for Engineering – Mineral and Mining in the QS World University Rankings by Subject 2017!

Curtin climbs in world subject rankings

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"I quit my job almost a year ago, because I realised that I don't want to live a life of regret – I want to travel and experience different cultures. I’ve always had a dream in my head that if I want to be the most urban, ‘living life to the fullest’ kind of person, Australia is the place to be. So here I am, enjoying the balance between study and work, and exploring new places and meeting new...
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