Temporary migrant workers play an essential role in Australia’s resource industry by filling highly-skilled positions that cannot be met by local supply, the preliminarily findings of a pilot study by Edith Cowan University (ECU) have shown.
Edith Cowan University (ECU) has signed a first-of-its-kind Memorandum of Understanding with the Norvic Institute of Nursing Education that will give Nepalese students the opportunity to study in Australia.
Australian researchers are joining forces with their Indian counterparts to address the problems of food security and water management in their respective countries by using high-tech solutions.
A new art exhibition at Edith Cowan University (ECU) is celebrating the link between Chinese and Australian Indigenous culture on the eve of NAIDOC Week celebrations.
Edith Cowan University (ECU) has appointed Dr Margaret Jones as the Director of the Office of Research and Innovation.
People and their connection with urban surroundings is explored in two new solo exhibitions showing at the Spectrum Project Space throughout July.
A new exhibition at Spectrum Project Space shines the spotlight on Western Australia’s economic upswing and its effects on the infrastructure and architecture of the state.
Edith Cowan University (ECU) researchers are leading a world-first study which could change the way Huntington’s disease is treated.
Exercise as medicine, bullying behaviour and preserving coastal ecosystems are just some of the important research areas being addressed as part of Edith Cowan University’s (ECU’s) Collaborative Research Network (CRN) project.
Minister for Tertiary Education, Skills, Science and Research Senator The Hon. Chris Evans launched the CRN at ECU’s Joondalup Campus today.
WA Screen Academy graduates Mike Hoath and Ben Young have taken out top honours at the 2012 Clare Valley Film Festival for their films Crosshairs and Something Fishy.
Edith Cowan University’s (ECU’s) Joondalup Campus is set to be transformed by a new $72 million building program that will link existing buildings and create a new marketplace and ‘campus street’.
Hands-on learning is an important part of a university student’s education, particularly when the skills they learn could one day save a life.
Artist Matt Jackson’s latest exhibition – An Optimistic mid-career retrospective looks back on his life, the trials and the tribulations that have made him the artist he is today.
Dr Craig Harms is busily preparing for the 2012 Australian Olympic swimming trials – even though he won’t be getting anywhere near the pool.