- New scholarship supports Indigenous women to ‘shoot for the stars’
An Indigenous Australian female student will be awarded a scholarship to complete postgraduate studies at Curtin University as part of a new agreement supported by Shooting Stars.
- Leading Indigenous businesswoman awarded Curtin Honorary Doctorate
Ms Amanda Healy, a Koori woman from the Wonnarua nation of the Hunter Valley region in New South Wales, a social entrepreneur and successful businesswoman who dedicated her career to improving employment opportunities for Indigenous peoples has been awarded an Honorary Doctorate of Commerce by Curtin University.
- Curtin’s first Indigenous student named New Colombo Plan Fellow
An Aboriginal health sciences student has become Curtin University’s first Indigenous student to be named a prestigious New Colombo Plan Fellow.
- AFL great’s Indigenous business scores Curtin contract
Curtin University has awarded its new fire services maintenance contract to ARA Indigenous Services – an Australian business spearheaded by Premiership winning AFL player, Michael O’Loughlin that works to help Indigenous Australians find meaningful employment and training.