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Unconsciously creative

Friday, 11 March 2016 News > News > 2016 > 03

Comedy icon John Cleese shared his wit and wisdom with students when he spoke to them as part of ECU's 25th anniversary celebrations.

An ECU scholarship makes a difference

Wednesday, 09 March 2016 News > News > 2016 > 03

If you think a scholarship to study at university is completely out of the question, it’s time to think again.

Register now for the Freeway Bike Hike

Thursday, 18 February 2016 News > News > 2016 > 02

The ECU Freeway Bike Hike for Asthma is not only a good cause, it’s a great opportunity to ride from Joondalup to Elizabeth Quay on a freeway without cars. Register by February 29 for your early bird discount. Find out more.

Telling Perth's toy stories

Thursday, 18 February 2016 News > News > 2016 > 02

ECU PhD candidate DeeDee Noon is inviting participants of all ages to be photographed ‘toygether’ with their most cherished toy.

What is ransomware and how to protect your precious files from it

Thursday, 18 February 2016 News > News > 2016 > 02

Cybercriminals are locking up internet users files and demanding cash to release them, but ECU cyber security experts have some tips on how you can protect yourself from ransomware.

China through the lens

Wednesday, 17 February 2016 News > News > 2016 > 02

Spending a month on a photographic assignment in China has kick-started the careers of 19 Photomedia students.

Nobel Laureate to shed light on crystal revolution

Tuesday, 16 February 2016 News > News > 2016 > 02

Professor Dan Shechtman will deliver a free public lecture outlining his discovery of a new type of crystal that changed the field of chemistry.

Joondalup home to endangered cockatoos

Monday, 15 February 2016 News > News > 2016 > 02

Carnaby’s black cockatoos have never been observed breeding close to Perth but that all changed when ECU students found two of the endangered birds breeding on our Joondalup Campus.

Bushfires are pushing species towards extinction

Thursday, 11 February 2016 News > News > 2016 > 02

We're used to measuring the cost of bushfires in human lives and damage to property but the toll of these devastating fires on our most threatened species is often overlooked.

Criminals blame booze for incarceration

Wednesday, 10 February 2016 News > News > 2016 > 02

The results of interviews with detainees in police lockups in WA paints a worrying picture of alcohol-related crime in the Pilbara and Perth metropolitan area.

ECU says G’day to Japanese students

Tuesday, 09 February 2016 News > News > 2016 > 02

122 students from Tokyo City University have just arrived in Perth for a five month study abroad program at ECU. But it’s the ECU students that could benefit most from this relationship.

Is hi-lo milk really better for you?

Friday, 05 February 2016 News > News > 2016 > 02

The health benefits of low-fat dairy products compared to regular fat dairy have been called into question by a new ECU study.

More than one path to uni success

Thursday, 04 February 2016 News > News > 2016 > 02

ECU’s flexible entry options, including Portfolio Pathway and UniPrep courses, offer a range opportunities to start undergraduate study. Just ask Perth Glory's Shannon May.

Graduate and become the action hero of your own life

Sunday, 31 January 2016 News > News > 2016 > 01

The Hollywood cinematographer behind blockbusters such as Predator and Moulin Rouge joined several thousand new graduates in receiving their university qualifications at ECU ceremonies over the weekend.

Australia Day award for ecologist

Wednesday, 27 January 2016 News > News > 2016 > 01

Meet Dr David Goodall AM. At 101, he is believed to be Australia’s oldest working scientist. He has also been made a Member of the Order of Australia, recognising his contribution to ecology over the past seven decades.

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