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.
Considering a career in broadcasting but daunted by the prospect of breaking into the industry? ECU graduates are bucking the trend straight out university.
You can see the very best work from ECU’s graduating arts and communications students at the University’s 2015 graduate show – Transit Lounge – at the Mount Lawley Campus.
SCA is pleased to be offering 4 x free short courses for credit in the following areas: Broadcasting, Interactive Media, Journalism and Photomedia.
ECU’s Council Election results are in and one of our students has secured a place.
ECU’s Indigenous Consultative Committee (ICC) is encouraging current Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students to apply for the inaugural ICC Student Awards.
Kurongkurl Katitjin is again hosting its special annual event to connect with ECU’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander graduates.
The Nyoongar Season ‘Kambarang' (Oct/Nov) is represented by the colour yellow as it symbolises the return of the hot weather.
The story of one talented, visually impaired WAAPA student is just one of the powerful documentaries created by WA Screen Academy students this year.
The 2016 WA Australian of the Year finalists were recently announced and ECU’s Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Equity and Indigenous) and Head of Kurongkurl Katitjin Professor Colleen Hayward AM is one of them.
A new book by ECU graduate Melinda Tognini tells the story of the War Widows' Guild and the determined women who were, and are, part of this organisation.
A new exhibition by Edith Cowan University (ECU) PhD Candidate Sarah Robinson at Spectrum Project Space explores the notion of the ‘real’ in an increasingly digitalised world.
ECU postgraduate broadcasting students recently seized the opportunity to gain a rare insight into what makes WA’s top politician tick.