Darren Curnoe is a scientist, writer and educator with an insatiable curiosity for understanding the kind of creature we are and how we came to be this way.
He is a palaeoanthropologist and archaeologist fascinated with human evolution and prehistory.
Honorary Professor, Yunnan Institute of Cultural Relics and Archeology
Associate professor, University of New South Wales
Australian Research Council Future Fellow, University of New South Wales
Senior Lecturer, University of New South Wales
Lecturer, University of New South Wales
Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, University of the Witwatersrand
Australian National University, Doctor of Philosophy (Palaeoanthropology & Geochronology)
Australian National University, Bachelor of Arts (1st Class Honours)
Biological (Physical) Anthropology (160102)
Archaeological Science (210102)
Archaeology Of Asia, Africa And The Americas (210103)
Shanghai Archaeology Prize, Shanghai Archaeology Forum (2013); Finalist, Australian Museum Eureka Prize (2014, 2015 & 2016)