While working as a teacher Sarah Booth was disappointed with how many schools taught Aboriginal History, so she decided to go back to university to do something about it.
What do you wish you had said but now it’s too late? A new interactive art exhibition is giving a voice to those unspoken moments.
WA businesses involved in a program that allows them to tap into university expertise have hailed the success of iPrep.
Two ECU Photomedia graduates have developed a program that sees underprivileged children paired with professional photographers to experience a different type of learning.
There's a wide array of scholarships available to ECU students and one of their recipients says anyone studying or thinking of studying should find out what's on offer.
The ECU Business Innovation Centre (ECUBIC), already one of WA’s most successful incubators of start-up businesses, is set to expand its range of support services.
Western Australia’s first female Governor shared valuable lessons from her trailblazing career at a speech at ECU to mark International Women’s Day.
Fremantle’s historic West End is the setting for a new fiction novel about a modern day killer by author Dr Leigh Straw.
An artist-in-residency project is calling for members of the public to contribute their own ideas about asylum seeker detention.
Cyclists' own mobile fitness data could be used to improve bike infrastructure thanks to a new research project from ECU.
When you were in school, did you think your teachers had eyes in the backs of their heads? Now using the latest video technology the next generation of teachers are being trained to see the whole classroom.
A new art exhibition at Parliament House will showcase the work of leading Western Australian Aboriginal artists.
A new innovative children’s storybook which uses the touchscreen functions of the iPad to create an interactive story experience has been released.
A cigarette pack that “talks” to smokers is the latest weapon in the fight against tobacco-related harm.
New research from ECU has found Australian feral cats consume more than 400 species of wildlife, including 16 endangered species, Tim Doherty explains.