In a year that saw ECU celebrate 250 years worth of anniversaries, one staff member will single-handedly add another 50 years to this total in 2012.
The WA Screen Academy is continuing to grow in stature and reputation with recent successes in Russia.
ECU’s motorsport team has finished a best-ever third in the Formula Society of Automotive Engineers - Australasia (FSAE-A) competition in Werribee, Victoria.
ECU’s Health and Wellness Research Institute have been awarded a further $450,000 for their groundbreaking work in prostate cancer research.
ECU’s broadcasting students are gearing up to entertain Perth this New Year’s eve.
ECU South West PHD student and up-and-coming writer Nicole Sinclair is looking forward to a long and successful writing career.
ECU researchers have been awarded almost $800,000 to evaluate the effectiveness of literacy programs in Western Australia.
Staff from ECU’s Student Service Centre have been named social media superstars for the way they have used technology to engage with the student population.
ECU students are packing their bags for Germany next year, thanks to an international partnership with the German Sport University in Cologne.
ECU art students followed in the footsteps of artists around the world as they hosted the first Australian Bring Your Own Beamer (BYOB) event this month.
Education graduate Sharon Attree’s passion and dedication for teaching has been recognised by the WA Department of Education, who named her as one of the 2011 WA Beginning Teacher’s of the Year.
Edith Cowan University (ECU) is throwing open the doors to its labs in January to give Year 9 and 10 students a taste of the exciting opportunities on offer in science.The Science Experience will be held at ECU’s Joondalup Campus from 17 to 19 January 2012. The event is for high school students who have an interest in all things science but may be unclear on which path to take. The idea is to show how science works beyond the classroom
More than 500 marketing experts from 122 universities across 26 countries met in Perth recently to share ideas and forge relationships within the marketing academic community.
ECU’s journalism and broadcasting students are celebrating after taking out four categories at the 2011 national Ossie Awards for Outstanding Student Journalism.
A researcher who developed an iPad app to replace traditional paper-based marking of student work has been named the ECU Innovator of the Year for 2012.