The wait is over with the ECU Health Centre welcoming the first GP patients into the new $22 million facility.
Teams throughout the northern suburbs are hard at work preparing for the ECU Community Campus Dash. But it’s not just about fitness training.
School garden gurus Stephanie Alexander and Anna Gare visited Edith Cowan University’s Joondalup Campus to train nutrition students recently.
inConversation at Spectrum Project Space brings together 54 researchers from Edith Cowan University and the local, national and international community. Drawing from diverse fields of research, the exhibition is the culmination of cross-collaboration and interdisciplinary dialogue.
An ECU postgraduate broadcasting student and a 2013 graduate have been awarded top prizes at the 2014 WA Media Awards.
ECU graduate and Photomedia Tutor James Simmons has set a new benchmark for wedding photographers by winning the photographic industry’s most coveted award, the 2014 Canon AIPP Australian Photographer of the Year.
A global pioneer in the use of learning through simulation has been named a finalist in the 2014 Telstra Business Women’s Awards.
High school students will be tasked with protecting credit card-sized Raspberry Pi computers as part of a cyber security competition being run by ECU’s Security Research Institute, Cisco and CERT Australia.
Associate Professor Trevor Cullen, an expert in health and HIV journalism, said that while there are millions of websites that offer health-related information, many present myths and half-truths as if they are facts. However, there are ways to identify websites that offer quality evidence-based health information.
Watching a single drop of water fall may not seem like much, but for ECU PhD candidate Samarth Trivedi it was a momentous event.
Feral domestic cats are a global threat to biodiversity and were recently named as the biggest threat to endangered Australian mammals.
ECU is the first university in WA, and one of just six in Australia, to offer a fully accredited Master of Engineering course.
Professor Mel Ziman loved puzzles as a child and now she is working on one of the most important puzzles ever tackled – how to fight the deadly skin cancer melanoma.
The Rainbow Bee-eater is a sight to behold, gracing the sky with its splendid plumage of dazzling golden, emerald, and sapphire plumage, and bright red eyes.
Have you ever wondered what Perth was like before it was a city? A new exhibition at the Perth Town Hall is set to tell the tale of Perth’s swampy past.