Edith Cowan University (ECU) is pleased to announce that the first group of Exercise Science students from the Faculty of Computing, Health and Sciences are heading to China on Thursday, 3 March as part of an international partnership between ECU and the Shaanxi Normal University (SNNU).
There are many particles found in the air around us, some can be seen and some are invisible to the naked eye, but all can have a potential impact on our health.
Wanneroo Senior High School graduate, Ms Stefany Renshaw is looking forward to embarking on a degree in Counter Terrorism, Security and Intelligence thanks to an Excellence Scholarship received from Edith Cowan University (ECU).
Edith Cowan University (ECU) Film and Video, Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) and WA Screen Academy students and graduates, are celebrating after receiving a whopping 20 nominations in the WA Screen Awards, the State’s version of the Oscars.
Edith Cowan University’s (ECU) Social Work program, based at ECU South West in Bunbury, is celebrating International Social Work Day in a unique way, collaborating with social workers across the state to initiate a nationwide poster campaign.
Researchers from the Policing Just Outcomes (PJO) project,an initiative of Edith Cowan University and the Victoria Police, have released their latest report based on what is the first ever state-wide online survey of rape and sexual assault victims in an Australian jurisdiction.
Cancer is one of the leading killers in the world, with an estimated 12.7 million people diagnosed with cancer each year.
Society is constantly exposed to low levels of different metals in our daily diets, however there is limited research regarding the impact this may have on our health, and the health of our children.
Small businesses make up a vital part in Western Australia’s economy, accounting for 96 per cent of all businesses in WA and employing an estimated third of the state’s labour force.
Childhood obesity is at a record high with a staggering 25 per cent of children aged five -17 considered overweight or obese. Furthermore, research shows that 50 per cent of obese children will carry these trends into adulthood.
Employers now, more than ever before are looking for graduates that have a combination of industry experience and theoretical skills.
ECU’s Vice-Chancellor, Professor Kerry Cox, has accepted a new contract offered by the ECU Council, and will remain Vice-Chancellor until September 2014.
Depression, obesity, broken families, and drug use are issues which affect thousands of young people each year, leading to a number of troubled youths within our local communities.
Local students from Safety Bay Senior High School put their conflict resolution skills to the test last week at the 2010 School’s Conflict Resolution and Mediation (SCRAM) grand final, held at the ECU Joondalup Campus.
The National Broadband Network initiative, announced in April 2009 by the Australian Government aims to provide 93 per cent of Australian homes, schools and workplaces with access to super-fast broadband, delivering speeds of up to 100 megabits per second.