Engage with Curtin
Collaborate with us
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.
Jess Bordessa was fascinated by the human body. Now, the laboratory medicine graduate is testing for the virus that has taken over the world.
Brodie Mastrangelo is a geography grad who specialises in bushfire planning. When Mastrangelo saw the scale of last summer’s bushfires, he could only feel frustration.
Each year, Muslims make the pilgrimage to the holy cities of Mecca and Medina. Known as ‘Hajj’, the fifth pillar of Islam, they’re required to make the pilgrimage at least once in their lifetime.
Standing in the Children’s Court, Fintan Roberts felt overwhelmed by shame and regret. It was late 2014 and the student was facing a charge of disorderly behaviour in a public place after a night out.
Join Professor Michele John from the Sustainable Engineering Group and Associate Professor Wahidul Biswas from the School of Civil and Mechanical Engineering as they discuss sustainable engineering.
Join Professor Steven Tingay and Dr Chenoa Tremblay – who recently scanned 10.35 million stars in the deepest search ever for extraterrestrial technologies – discuss what progress has been made.
Join Dr Stephen van Leeuwen and Dr Simon Wilde as they discuss the unique features and creatures of the Australian landscape, and what is required to ensure better land use and land conservation.
Join Professor Jill Downie, Deputy Vice-Chancellor Academic at Curtin to discuss the trend towards online study, and whether universities will always have physical campuses.