Researchers from the Centre of Innovative Practice hosted a workshop on SMEs and Innovation for stakeholders in the Joondalup Wanneroo area
Edith Cowan University recently hosted activities with partners to encourage students and local companies to take the next step forward during Global Entrepreneurship Week 2015.
Anu Kothapalli's passion for social justice and commitment to volunteering has won her a prestigious prize from WA's legal community.
Plans to merge Australia's three federal courts will save $6 million but ECU's Professor Anne Wallace asks how vulnerable families dealing with domestic violence, child abuse, mental illness and drug addiction will be affected by the change.
Reed Exhibitions partnered with the ECU School of Business to provide volunteers for the Better Homes and Gardens Live exhibition.
Emerging ASEAN country, Myanmar, was the focus of a recent Asia Pacific Business Forum in Perth, organised by the Asian Business and Organisational Research Group (ABORG) at Edith Cowan University (ECU) in collaboration with the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT), with a sponsorship from Ernst & Young.
The second Visagio Challenge was an opportunity for Western Australian university students to apply their acquired learning to a real life business situation.
Students from Perth College have won the 2015 grand final of the Schools Conflict, Resolution And Mediation (SCRAM) competition. The Grand Final competition is hosted by ECU’s Faculty of Business and Law, and increases awareness of peaceful dispute resolution in schools and communities.
Current business perspectives and practices in Asia were the key topics discussed at a recent research symposium on Asian business hosted by ECU in Perth as part of its Research Week.
Craig Standing was invited as a researcher to visit Finland in early September for a week. He has been collaborating with Professor Heikki Karjaluoto of Jyväskylä University for eleven years. The central activities of the visit were attendance at a workshop for a nationally funded large research project and presenting at a national doctoral workshop.
Centre for Innovative Practice Newsletter - August 2015
Putting his studies into practice in real life situations has helped ECU law student Dave Endersby come out on top in an international law competition in Hong Kong.
The year 2014 was the Centre for Innovative Practice’s first year as a Level II ECU Research Centre. It was a productive year for CIP with a number of highlights.
A project to teach senior citizens technology skills has helped a team of ECU students to finish runner up in a national volunteering competition.
New research has revealed that FIFO workers suffer depression at twice the rate of the general population.