There’s good news for ECU graduates in the latest university rankings, with ECU receiving the highest rating of ‘very good’ for bachelor and masters graduates finding work locally.
Have the latest tragic terrorist attacks in Paris and Brussels revealed a new type of terrorist? Radicalisation expert Professor Anne Aly tackles the issue.
ECU experts are providing free cyber security check ups for the community in Perth’s northern suburbs.
The Nyoongar season Djeran, usually in April and May, has arrived early this year.
Seagrass at Perth’s Rottnest Island has paid a terrible price for the island’s popularity among tourists and day-trippers.
For the first time in WA, this community based cooking program will teach Jamie’s hints, tips and basic home cooking skills in a state-of-the art mobile kitchen.
A new boardwalk over the lake at the Joondalup Campus is actually ECU’s newest cultural reflection space.
Comedy icon John Cleese shared his wit and wisdom with students when he spoke to them as part of ECU's 25th anniversary celebrations.
If you think a scholarship to study at university is completely out of the question, it’s time to think again.
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.
ECU PhD candidate DeeDee Noon is inviting participants of all ages to be photographed ‘toygether’ with their most cherished toy.
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.
Spending a month on a photographic assignment in China has kick-started the careers of 19 Photomedia students.
Professor Dan Shechtman will deliver a free public lecture outlining his discovery of a new type of crystal that changed the field of chemistry.
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.
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