Considering a career in broadcasting but daunted by the prospect of breaking into the industry? ECU graduates are bucking the trend straight out university.
The warm summer nights have returned and what better way to enjoy them than watching an award-winning festival film under the stars at Joondalup’s own outdoor cinema?
IS is using private messaging apps like Telegram to plan and execute attacks like those in Paris to avoid the prying eyes of security agencies.
Anu Kothapalli's passion for social justice and commitment to volunteering has won her a prestigious prize from WA's legal community.
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.
A test that could predict type 2 diabetes is being developed by Professor Wei Wang after he was awarded a $549,000 National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) grant.
Plans to merge Australia's three federal courts will save $6 million but ECU's Professor Anne Wallace asks how vulnerable families dealing with domestic violence, child abuse, mental illness and drug addiction will be affected by the change.
Dr Mandie Shean investigates how parents can help their children manage stress during end of year exams.
Get your picnic blanket, grab your friends, and get your dancing shoes on. ECU's free outdoor concert, Music Under the Stars, is back with a stellar line up of performers to light up the stage
Participants are being sought for an Australian-first study examining the relationship between metals exposure and autism.
The story of one talented, visually impaired WAAPA student is just one of the powerful documentaries created by WA Screen Academy students this year.
Hijack management, fire safety and detecting forgeries are just some of the specialist skills this latest ECU cohort have learned as part of their aviation security degree.
Paralympic gold medallist Lyn Lepore takes the same attitude to her studies as she did on the track.
Alistair Darling had just hours to decide how to respond to the unprecedented financial crisis in 2008. Delivering this year’s Vice-Chancellor’s Distinguished Oration, he outlined the three key actions he took to avert chaos in the banking sector.
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.
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