Faculty of Business and Law students received two of the three mentions within the Engagement category at the Vice-Chancellor's Student Awards 2014.
This year has seen tremendous growth for the ECU Enactus team, who have just returned from representing ECU at the Enactus Australia National Conference and Championships in Brisbane and making it through to the semi-finals competing against universities from across Australia.
A survey by Edith Cowan University has provided a valuable new insight on the use of alcohol and other drugs by young Western Australians.
Shneebs, a free social networking mobile application has recently been developed right here in Perth by ECU alumnus, Mr Mike Kneebone.
An ECU researcher has three lessons for fellow Aboriginals hoping to make it in business.
Bachelor of Planning students had a taste of what their careers are likely to be like as part of a Masterclass hosted by the Yanchep Beach Joint Venture.
ECU Law students recently jetted off to the world’s largest gathering of law students in Vienna.
While climate change remains a contentious political subject in Australia the hip pocket benefits of being more sustainable in business and everyday life are already proven.
ECU Enactus students are helping local residents to better understand new communication technologies.
School of Business students prepare for employment in the marketing industry.
The first edition of the new School of Business Newsletter is available.
Dr Susanne Bahn showcases the tablet training tool RiskSpotter Hazard ID.
The Faculty of Business and Law recently recognised more than 60 students as part of the Faculty's Student Prize Evening.
The 2014 Careers Fair brought together more than 400 students with some of Australia’s top employers.
The program aims to connect local Perth companies with ECU Business students.