The media have a vital role when reporting on infectious diseases such as Ebola, especially regarding informing people with evidence-based facts as it lessens fear and stigma.
Journalism and broadcasting students have again been successful at the Ossie Awards recognising the best tertiary student journalists, held at the University of Technology in Sydney.
Two members of the ECU community have been recognised for their contributions as part of the WA Youth Awards.
The University is set to boost its ties with member countries of ASEAN when it welcomes an Endeavour Executive Fellowship recipient in 2015.
How poor language skills can result in increased incarceration rates will be among the topics covered at the Language as a Social Justice Issue conference on 25 and 26 November.
Despite the continued popularity of movies, producers are facing increasing obstacles in getting their independent films financed and distributed. But one filmmaker has the answer.
WA Year 12 students could hold the key to the next major breakthrough, which is why Westpac Group and ECU are teaming up to offer new scholarships to identify the brightest young minds in technology.
ECU students are responsible for every detail of this year’s graduate art exhibition, from constructing furniture and designing lighting to marketing, social media and even catering.
Five graduating students from ECU’s Graduate Diploma of Broadcasting are off to Sydney next year to kick off their broadcasting careers.
An idea for a TV show about three mates who steal grass trees and sell them on the black market will land one lucky WA student in a room full of film executives who could make his idea a reality.
A leading Australian business figure has called for greater community awareness of cyber security issues as it is a problem that now affects everyone.
Juggling study with work, caring for family, national service and, in one case, winning gold at the Asian Games was all part of the university experience for ECU Singapore graduates who celebrated the completion of their studies recently.
WAAPA graduate Phillip Walley-Stack may be busy on the international stage, but he recently found time to return to ECU to inspire young WA school students.
Save the date: Music Under the Stars is returning to ECU’s Joondalup Campus in 2014.
Research investigating how to best keep young children safe online has been awarded a $365,000 Australian Research Council (ARC) Discovery Project grant.