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Discover how you can benefit from some of the innovative work and partnerships that are developing at Curtin University.
Our strategic and mutually beneficial partnerships with business, industry, sports, community and research organisations have resulted in progressive outcomes in teaching, learning and research.
Local and community
Our strength is linked to the strength of our communities and our ability to make tomorrow better. Our mutually beneficial relationships strengthen our community and enhance teaching and learning for our students.
Schools, teachers and advisors
We engage with schools and learning institutions to provide interactive and personalised learning experiences to school communities.
At Curtin, we support a range of initiatives in learning and teaching designed to support student engagement.
The global Curtin alumni community is characterised by their desire to follow their passions, find success and make tomorrow better.
Research at Curtin
Our push for innovative solutions to real-world problems is achieved through vital links with our research partners.
From students to event style gurus – Jacinta Richardson and Hannah Robinson are bringing a touch of class to celebrations in the south west.
From the way industries operate to the way we interact, we are in a time of transformation. But the question is, will this be remembered as a temporary setback or the new ways of living and working?
Designer and Curtin graduate Rimsha Shakir was the only Australian finalist in the prestigious Arts of Fashion Foundation event held in December 2019 in San Francisco.
When creatives Gene Brutty and Tim Seddon left Google Japan to work for Apple in LA, they had no idea the world was about to turn upside down.
Join Professor Jacques Eksteen and Dr Terry Humphries, a Curtin research fellow and chemist as they discuss lithium battery technology and hydrogen storage.
Join Professor Sharon Parker, Director of the Centre for Transformative Work Design at Curtin University who explores the ‘working from home’ phenomenon during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Join Curtin academics Dr Donna Butorac and Dr Ben Rich to discuss whether we’re witnessing a ‘de-globalisation’ that could impact our ability to solve problems like climate change and food security.
Join Curtin Nyungar cultural advisor Mrs Ingrid Cumming and Curtin research Fellow Professor Cheryl Kickett-Tucker to discuss reconciliation and what we can do to bring Australians together as one.