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John Curtin Medal honours a selfless journey of vision Clinton Heal

Founder and CEO of melanomaWA and Curtin Business School MBA alumnus, Clinton Heal was announced as the John Curtin Medallist for 2014.

Curtin Business School launches Asia Business Centre Asia Business Centre

CBS has launched its Asia Business Centre, with the aim of strengthening academic, industry and government ties between the School and the region.

Woolworths Chairman shares his business journey with alumni Professor Tony Travaglione, Professor Carolyn Dickie, Mr Ralph Waters and Professor Deborah Terry

Curtin Business School’s most recent alumni event was held in Sydney on Thursday 18 September and was presented by Mr Ralph Waters, Curtin Business School alumnus and Chairman of Woolworths Limited.

Curtin University’s Marli Stork Takes Out Prestigious Public Relations Award Marli Stork with public relations award

Curtin graduate Marli Stork was named the 2014 WW Mitchell Student of the Year at the Public Relations Institute of Australia (PRIA) WA State Awards for Excellence last week.

Is WA’s workforce flexible enough to adapt to labour market transition? workforce thumbnail

A new report into Western Australia's labour force explores the future growth trajectory of the State and assesses how well prepared the WA workforce is to adapt to labour market transition.

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