Curtin acclaimed No 1 university in Pride and Diversity Awards
Curtin University has been named the Highest Ranking University for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) equality for the second year running at the national Pride in Diversity (PID) Awards.
Curtin was also ranked second in the top 20 employers for LGBTI employees.
Curtin’s Vice-Chancellor, Professor Deborah Terry, said this was a remarkable feat and she was extremely proud of Curtin’s achievements in this area and of the staff who had worked tirelessly to ensure its success.
“I would also like to extend warm congratulations to Sally Webster from Curtin’s Ethics, Equity and Social Justice team who was named LGBTI Workplace Inclusion Champion,” Vice-Chancellor Terry said.