Immersive on-country experiences are helping non-Indigenous students learn about Australia’s first culture.
Journalism education is responding to challenges facing the media industry, and changing attitudes towards news.
Protests at Curtin’s proposed cuts to teaching staff took place on campus today.
Students are reacting to the news online lectures are set to continue next year.
Ocean Reef Senior High School’s new Performing Arts Theatre is already bringing joy.
Students concerned as funding cuts impact their job prospects.
Curtin unveils new educational opportunities in light of the coronavirus crisis.
Covid-19 has forced most rural university students to pack up their city lives and move back to the country, where internet speeds can be woeful.
Mixing study and international travel is not an impossible dream if you have the energy to do it.
A new WA school program is among a raft of measures across Australia aimed at reducing domestic violence. But is it enough?
The Alumni Annual Appeal returns, creating more opportunities for underprivileged students.
Should it be compulsory for undergraduates to study a module on dyslexia?
The new Bob Hawke College in Subiaco will increase support for aspiring Aboriginal teachers.
Will giving women bonus points when applying for STEM fix the gender gap?
“Why do the people who are doing the most important thing get the least recognition in this country?”
This 2019 India Study Tour story looks into the process of birth registration and the impacts a lack of registration can have on a child.
At Nowanup camp in WA’s Great Southern, Noongar culture is nurtured for passing on to the next generation.