The ECU media newsletter is issued fortnighly to news desks and reporters during semester. This edition includes experts on NAPLAN, an Indigenous treaty and online gaming.
Statement from Edith Cowan University (Acting) Vice-Chancellor Professor Arshad Omari on Mrs Doreen Collyer.
The fortnightly newsletter contains the latest subject experts as well as ECU news and research. This edition includes experts on media mergers, social media bullying & gender terms in the workplace.
The Centre continues to be a success with more than 122,000 consults taking place since opening in September 2014, according to the latest annual report.
Australia's first piano, which arrived on board the Sirius, as part of the First Fleet in 1788, has found a new home at WAAPA.
The double whammy of climate change and habitat loss is threatening the survival of possums in Western Australia’s South West.
This edition contains subject experts on transgender bathrooms, rocket science, journalism education and end-of-life care.
This edition of ECU's fortnightly media newlsetter for journalists includes subject experts available to comment on the 2016 Federal Budget.
This edition of ECU's newsletter to journalists includes subject experts on slow internet, journalists abroad & eccentric exercise.
WAAPA students are set to learn from a piano master with the appointment of Professor Geoffrey Lancaster AM as the third ECU Professorial Research Fellow.
This week's media newsletter contains ECU subject experts on smartphone security, mine rehabilitation techniques, how kids access online pornography and the enduring popularity of the Game of Thrones TV series.
The ECU media newsletter is distributed fortnightly to journalists. This edition includes experts on counter terrorism, new Apple products and how amateur athletes can prepare and recover from fun runs and long distance bike rides.
Professor Dan Shechtman will deliver a free public lecture on his 1982 discovery of a new type of crystal changed that field of chemistry.
Seagrass at Perth’s Rottnest Island has paid a terrible price for the island’s popularity among tourists and day-trippers.
The results of interviews with detainees in police lockups in WA paints a worrying picture of alcohol-related crime in the Pilbara and Perth metropolitan area.