A team of ECU researchers from the School of Communications and Arts are the recipients of a National iAward for a new easy to use website which provides bushfire information to the public.
An ECU law student has been named the top international student in Western Australia for her work in volunteering and outstanding academic results.
The range of texts students study over the course of a year in a high school English class can be daunting, but ECU researchers have found parents can play a key role in supporting their children's learning.
Indigenous graduate Tamara Murdock, who completed a Bachelor of Science (Environmental Management) with First Class Honours has been awarded a scholarship to the University of Oxford.
Primary School is a crucial period for children to develop reading and writing skills. Parents have a vital role to play.
Education researchers have a simple message for parents who want to set their children up for academic success: it’s never too early to start supporting your child toward reading and writing.
Performance arts graduates Verity Hunt-Ballard, Dean Bryant and Charmene Yap have been recognised with prestigious 2014 Helpmann Awards.
One of ECU’s top students has credited the support received from his lecturers, classmates, friends and family as the reason for success in his studies.
The Community Campus Dash is back for 2014 and this year it is taking to the streets of Joondalup’s city centre.
The pressure on the mental health of Fly-In Fly-Out workers was the topic of this year’s winning ECU Three Minute Thesis.
There’s no need to worry about being caught napping while studying, with ECU installing two sleeping pods in the Joondalup Campus Library.
ECU has received five star ratings for its teaching quality, generic skills and overall satisfaction for the sixth consecutive year.
Susan Hughes will have just three minutes to present her research when she competes in the final of the Three Minute Thesis competition on 13 August 2014.
A heart rate monitor that operates under the same principles as noise cancelling headphones is under development at ECU.
ECU students Kelli Schmitt, Daniel Edwards and Kirsty Eades have been awarded a 2014 Perth Airport Indigenous Scholarship thanks to the generosity of Perth Airport.