CSRR operated by drawing together multi-discipline teams from departments across Curtin University, industry associates and our national and international networks. We have an extensive network of collaborators who participate in either research or advisory capacities.
CSRR researchers contributed their particular expertise to multi-discipline teams through the lens of sport and recreation. Researchers were drawn from across Curtin University and collaborating institutions.
SPAIR Room Residents
CSRR SPAIR room residents comprised a dynamic mix of established and emerging practitioners and researchers who explore ideas in, for and through sport and recreation.
Individuals contributing to specific areas of research are listed on the project pages.
Professor Marian Tye
Marian Tye is a research choreographer who builds on her experience in industry, arts and sports to bring together interdisciplinary and collaborative teams. Marian was appointed as the Centre’s founding director and continued in that role for CSRR’s duration.