Presenting at an international tourism conference has paved the way for exciting career pathways for a group of ECU students.
Bachelor of Business graduate Chris Frame awarded the Gold Medal for 'Rising Star' at the Customer Service Council National Awards.
Less than half of Western Australians leave their car keys in a safe, secure location leaving them vulnerable to theft according to new research.
Zimbabwe born ECU Business graduate, Sinqobile Sichelesile Ndlovu, was recently named among 28 Africa’s Most Outstanding Emerging Women Leaders.
Twelve School of Business students from ECU embarked on an 18-day international study tour to the USA from 20- June to 8 July.
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Students from Cape Naturaliste College, Vasse have won the 2014 grand final of the Schools Conflict, Resolution and Mediation (SCRAM) competition.
Hayley Knowles and Hanna Oeyre were tasked with coordinating the WorldSkills Australia closing ceremony in Perth recently.
Join the Sellenger Centre and Professor Barbara Etter who will present a public lecture on Miscarriages of Justice: What have we learned 30 years on from Chamberlain?
Hardly a week seems to go by without reports of another car crashing through the living room of a house somewhere in Western Australia. But are these crashes really happening more often?
The Research Photography Competition will showcase research taking place at ECU through the medium of photography, with images being exhibited during Research Week from 15-19 September, 2014.
The pressure on the mental health of Fly-In Fly-Out workers was the topic of this year’s winning ECU Three Minute Thesis.
Faculty of Business and Law students received two of the three mentions within the Engagement category at the Vice-Chancellor's Student Awards 2014.
Representing ECU at the Enactus Australia National Conference & Championships 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.