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    Manchester Concert Memorial

    Our thoughts and prayers go out to those affected by the explosion at an Ariana Grande Concert in Manchester England. Monday evening UK time, at the conclusion on an Ariana  Grande Concert a loud explosion was heard resulting in a number deceased...

    Vale Melat Habtemariam

    Melat Habtemariam worked at Curtin for 11 years. She began her career in Engineering, and then went onto work in the Department of Physics, Astronomy and Medical Radiation Science within the School of Science.  She was a much loved and respected...

    Mark Oliver

    Curtin remembers Mark Oliver or “Bills” a well loved CITs and Abacus labs manager who will be greatly missed. “After a short period of illness Mark “Bills” Oliver passed away on the 25th of April 2017. There are no words to...

    Vale notice: Dusanka Davidson

    Sadly, Dusanka Davidson, a former Human Resources Business Consultant at Curtin, has passed away from lung cancer. Although Dusanka left Curtin for other opportunities in 2013, she is well remembered by many at the University who admired her...

    Melbourne CBD 20/01/2017

    Our thoughts and prayers are with Melbourne this afternoon after a car ran into pedestrians resulting in 3 dead and 20 injured. Our thoughts and prayers are with those affected, their families, friends and the professional staff working to assist...

    Berlin- Christmas Market

    Today Curtin remembers the families affected by the tragedy in Berlin when a large truck ran through a crowded Christmas Market killing 12 people and injuring 48. Christmas markets are a popular tradition in Germany with crowds flocking to the...

    In honour of King Bhumibol Adulyadej

    Thailand’s deeply loved and revered King Bhumibol Adulyadej passed away on the 13th of October at the age of 88. King Bhumibol was the longest serving monarch in the world, reigning for 70 years. His influence was seen as bringing unity to the...

    Dr Wayne Clark- update

    Tuesday Morning 27th September we were deeply saddened to hear of the sudden passing of Dr Wayne Clark. Wayne was the Director, Quality Assurance in the Faculty of Science and Engineering. He was a highly valued member of staff who was regarded...

    Conflict zones

    Curtin University wishes to acknowledge all those affected by conflict around the world. Tragically innocent lives are lost every day with very little recognition by the media or the rest of the world. These peoples’ lives matter and although...

    Memorial Service for the Orlando shooting

    The shooting in Orlando on the 12th of June 2016 shocked the world community and Curtin Community. Unfortunately mass shootings in America are far too frequent, but this event impacted the world community even more than usual due to the high number...