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Journalism students to benefit from Lotterywest Curtin FM grant

Curtin FM has secured a Lotterywest grant of $712,871, the most significant single grant awarded to the station in its 36-year history.

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Curtin University and Fudan University work together

Curtin University today marked a milestone in its relationship with one of China’s premier universities, Fudan University in Shanghai, China, paving the way for a student exchange program.

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The Western Independent student-produced newspaper goes online

The Western Independent is a professional printed newspaper produced twice a semester by Curtin’s Journalism students that is now available online.

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Humanities lecturer wins top gong at international conference

Journalism lecturer Dr Thomas Yesudhasan’s passion for community radio was rewarded when he received the Best Paper Award at an international academic conference in Dubai late last year.
Thomas Yesudhasan
Competing against almost 200 delegates from 100 countries, Dr Yesudhasan’s paper, ‘Qualitative Audience Ethnography and Grounded Theory in Researching Indigenous Media Audiences,’ took out the top prize […]

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John Curtin’s great granddaughter graduates from Curtin

The great granddaughter of John Curtin, former Prime Minister of Australia, graduated from the university that honours his name, Curtin University.

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Rebecca follows in footsteps of great grandfather John Curtin

Rebecca Curtin, the great granddaughter of former Prime Minister John Curtin, has started her studies at the university that honours her noted great grandfather – Curtin University of Technology – and is the first descendant of John Curtin to attend the University.

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