Semester Two 2016 Draft Examination Timetable is now available via your OASIS account
The Semester Two 2016 Draft Examination Timetable is now available via the 'My Studies' tab in your OASIS account.
Protecting Yourself Online - Social Media
Social media sites are an increasing pervasive medium that enables us to connect, collaborate, and share with our Community. Our social networks are increasingly important in supporting us to keep informed and maintain relationships in a progressively globalised world.
Social media however, can be equally used by people globally who you do not know to defraud or blackmail you, assume your identity, or adversely influence you.
The Curtin Information Security team has developed an advisory to help to provide advice and steps you can take to improve awareness and control of your information on social media.
'Protecting Yourself Online - Social Media' can be found on the Current Students website.
Participants need for a driving simulator assessment.
C-MARC at Curtin University is seeking young drivers to participate in a study about the effect of monetary incentives on driving behaviour.
You must be 18-25 years of age, be on your red "P" plates, be able to understand English, and be able to participate in a driving simulator assessment.
How long will it take?
Approximately 60 minutes.
What does it involve?
You will be required to complete a questionnaire and a driving simulator assessment.
At Curtin University in Bentley (Technology Park Campus).
Will I get paid?
You will be compensated for your time and travel expenses.
If this describes you can register to drive the new Curtin University driving simulator or contact Seraina on 08 9266 9591 or Seraina.firstname.lastname@example.org
This study has been approved by the Curtin University Human Research Ethics Committee
(Approval number RDHS-113-16).
If you have any concerns, you may contact the Curtin
University Human Research Ethics Committee Secretary on 9266 9223 or email@example.com.
The search is on for a new team of Curtin Student Ambassadors for 2017
Want to get more out of your Uni Experience? Become a Curtin Student Ambassador in 2017!
The search is on for a new team of Curtin Student Ambassadors for 2017.
To find out more about the program and how you can apply register your interest on OASIS today and you could become Curtin's next Student Ambassador!
Say thanks to your mentor!
Are you in your first semester at Curtin? Every semester new students are mentored by senior students in their course. Mentors provide new students with regular information about events and activities on campus, as well as responding to questions and concerns.
If you believe your mentor has gone out of his/her way to provide you with support as a new student, take a minute to say "thanks" by filling in the brief nomination form.
For more information on the New to Curtin Mentor Program, please visit Mentoring for new students on the CurtinLife website.