The start of a new school year can be an anxious time for parents and children alike. Dr Mandie Shean’s tips for parents can help their children have a stress-free start to 2016.
We've been named on a prestigious list of the world’s most international universities, acknowledging our appeal to overseas students, academics and research collaborators.
New buildings, a new leader and a placing in the top 100 universities under the age of 50: ECU's rapid development continued in 2015.
Professor Anne Aly will continue the fight against violent extremism with her appointment as one of ECU’s new Professorial Research Fellows.
If your New Year’s resolutions are usually made after a couple of weeks of slacking off over the holiday season, ECU may be able to help.
‘Habibi’ is the nickname for the ECU Motorsport Team's 2015 race car.
WAAPA percussion lecturer Tim White has been named as one of the best university teachers in Australia.
The humble home router is your first line of defence against hackers, malware and viruses but 90 per cent of Australian routers are vulnerable to attack by cybercriminals.
The number of fields of research at ECU rated ‘above’ or ‘well above’ world standard by Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA) has jumped from one to seven in just three years.
With tasks as varied as testing water quality and ensuring houses once used as clandestine drug labs are safe for occupation, it's no surprise there is strong demand for environmental health officers.
Dementia research focusing on both the body and the brain is underway thanks to more than $1 million in funding from the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC).
ECU’s Joondalup Campus will be the first location for Jamie’s Ministry of Food Mobile Kitchen when it launches in WA in early 2016.
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.
Increasingly it is being recognised that good mental health begins at birth, so from next year ECU will offer a course specialising in infant mental health.
Considering a career in broadcasting but daunted by the prospect of breaking into the industry? ECU graduates are bucking the trend straight out university.
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