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How I Became a Refugee How I Became a Refugee poster

How I Became a Refugee is a documentary film that follows the extraordinary journey of a Burmese Chin refugee family from their homeland.

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Postgraduate Expo postgraduate expo

Speak to the experts about your postgraduate options. Register for the Postgraduate Expo on 15 April.

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Sunday Night TheatreProfessor Michael Keane

Featuring two short one-act plays that are produced, directed, performed by Curtin’s Performance Studies students.

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Project Almanac filmmaker hits the jackpotDean Israelite

For Curtin alumnus Dean Israelite, director of the science fiction thriller, Project Almanac , life couldn’t be more successful.

Curtin strengthens Western Australia's ties with EuropeMandy McElhinney

Vice-Chancellor Professor Deborah Terry has joined distinguished national and international guests at the 2015 March Strategic Flashlight Forum to discuss Western Australia’s relationship with the European Union (EU).

The Rise and Rise of Mandy McElhinneyMandy McElhinney

You may know her best as the much-loved Rhonda who stole Ketut’s heart in the AAMI Insurance ads, but there’s more to Mandy McElhinney than one half of Australia’s famous love story.

Performance Studies staff in the spotlightFashion graduate showcase

Four Curtin staff were nominated for this year’s Performing Arts WA awards.


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Upcoming events

Melancholy Play: A contemporary farce

When: 21-25 April 2015
Where: Bentley campus
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