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  • Curtin University’s Associate Professor Therese Jefferson has been appointed to the role of Australian Research Council (ARC) Executive Director (ED) for Social, Behavioural and Economic Sciences (SBE) – a move congratulated and strongly supported by her peers.

  • A mobile headset that captures consumers’ reactions to marketing could change the way marketers advertise, design and merchandise their stores.

  • The Bankwest Curtin Economics Centre 2017 PhD Scholarship round is now open. Preliminary applications are invited from research students in the field of applied economic and social research, leading to the award of a PhD degree in Curtin Business School at Curtin University.

Curtin Growth Owner information sessions

The Curtin Centre for Entrepreneurship (C4E) are running a number of FREE information sessions. You will learn how Curtin Growth Business Owners have developed new skills to prepare and plan for future business challenges.

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35th Annual Australia and New Zealand Law and History Society Conference

The Curtin Law School is hosting the 35th Annual Australia and New Zealand Law and History Conference from Mon 5 to Tues 6 December 2016 in our City Building at 57 Murray Street. This is the first conference to be convened at the Law School since its foundation.

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