ECU’s Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNethas developed a Women’s Health Yarning Place in partnership with the Monash Centre for Health Research and Innovation (MCHRI).
The founding director of ECU’s HealthInfoNet has passed away. He will be remembered for his determination and long-term involvement in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health.
The 2016 National NAIDOC theme is: Songlines –The living narrative of our nation.
Find out if you're eligible for an ECU scholarship today.
The Kambarang (Oct/Nov) newsletter 2015 is now available.
The Djilba (Aug/Sept) newsletter 2015 is now available.
ECU Campuses will light up throughout 2016 to celebrate the University’s 25th anniversary as well as indicating the six Nyoongar seasons.
36 pupils from 15 schools across Perth have been discovering what it is like to be a university student completing short courses in Broadcasting and Photomedia.
Talented visual arts student Harrison See receives prestigious New Colombo Plan Scholarship to study art in China.
An artist in residency project at ECU will see the blank white walls of Spectrum Project Space transformed with charcoal landscape drawings, inspired by traditional Chinese art.
WAAPA percussion lecturer Tim White has been named as one of the best university teachers in Australia.
SCA Photomedia student Zal Kanga-Parabia has been recognised at this years WA Youth Awards.
An ECU Public Relations graduate has won the WW Mitchell Public Relations Institute of Australia (WA) Student of the Year Award.
This year’s Contemporary Fashion students invite you to the eighth annual graduate event – SHIFT.
Music needs to be pushed into unexpected directions and we should be forging infrastructure that facilitates and celebrates experimental music, according to Associate Professor Cat Hope.