Dr Robyn Torok from ECU's Security Research Institute looks at how a 15-year-old Sydney boy was radicalised to the point that he shot dead a NSW police employee last week.
Cultural sensitivities and an unwillingness to speak about their problems with others meant sexual and reproductive health issues among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander men went unstudied for years. But one ECU researcher was successful in getting them to open up.
It’s bright gold, covered in more than 1500 individual alloy sheets and it’s just won its second major award.
Shallow generalizations and sweeping judgments about teacher quality ignore the amazing work done by teachers around Australia every day, says Professor Chris Brook.
Alistair Darling, the man who had just hours to decide how to save Britain from financial chaos in 2008, will outline the lessons for Australia at this public lecture.
ECU has been named in the latest Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings, recognising its status as a world-class university focused on teaching and research.
ECU already offers a course in Australian football. But thanks to a new agreement with the West Coast Eagles, students and researchers from a wide range of other disciplines are set to benefit.
This month’s ECU Community Campus Dash will raise money for vital cancer research.
A new photographic exhibition at Edith Cowan University (ECU) provides a unique insight into Perth’s rave and dance culture scene that only an insider could give.
ECU student scientists shared their experience with a group of high school students when they took over a science lesson and headed into the bush.
Why does eating a big meal sometimes make you tired? Dr Angus Stewart investigates.
Hear from Australia’s most recognised and respected science broadcaster in person at ECU’s Joondalup Campus on 29 September 2015.
Renowned environmental scientist and physicist Professor Pere Masqué will establish Western Australia’s first environmental radioactivity lab as the first of more than 20 new Professors to join ECU.
ECU, the only Australian university named after a woman, will take a lead role in a new national initiative to address the gender imbalance in science, technology, engineering, mathematics and medicine.
Of the more than 5000 students who attended ECU’s September graduation ceremonies over the weekend, how many can say they have secured a job in counter-terrorism?