2011 has been a huge year for Duncraig resident Cherish Armstrong.
Broadcasting students will put their skills into practice next month when they broadcast to an international audience during the 2011 World Sailing Championships in Fremantle.
Edith Cowan University’s Parkinson’s Research Centre (ParkC) are hosting their annual Open Day on Saturday, 12 November, to showcase their research into Parkinson’s.
The Minister for Education, The Hon. Dr Elizabeth Constable MLA, is the Vice-Chancellor’s Distinguished Orator for 2011.
ECU researchers and their industry partners have been awarded $220,000 to create an archive of contemporary art music from Western Australia.
Edith Cowan University (ECU)’s teacher residency program has gone rural, providing students with the chance to get the full benefit of residency learning without relocating to the city.
The Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet was the winner of the Diversity category at the 2011 Australia New Zealand Internet Awards, announced at a gala dinner last night in Melbourne.
ECU researchers are investigating the effect that a parent’s fly-in fly-out (FIFO) employment has on the health and wellbeing of their adolescent children in what is an Australian-first study.
For Geraldton local and Edith Cowan University (ECU) student Erin Kelly, the decision to move to Perth to study has been an emotional and sometimes tough journey.
ECU’s Public Relations students will put their skills to the test on the international media contingent due in Perth next month for Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM).
More than 200 Indigenous high school students have been inspired to explore the opportunities that a tertiary education can offer at the Dreaming@ECU event at Edith Cowan University (ECU) recently.
When brother and sister pair Sarah and Joseph Landro embarked on their studies at Edith Cowan University, they never imagined they would be crossing the graduation stage together years later. But that is exactly what will happen this Sunday, much to the delight of their proud family.
Edith Cowan University (ECU) is pleased to announce a partnership with Spinal Cord Injuries Australia (SCIA), which will result in the implementation of the innovative Walk On rehabilitation program at the Joondalup Campus.
Edith Cowan University (ECU) has been allocated $496,936 in federal government funding to establish a Mobile Chronic Disease Management Service to serve a number of community sites from ECU’s Joondalup Campus.
Aeronautical technology, soccer and three oil and gas-related engineering degrees are just some of the innovative new courses to be offered by ECU for the first time in 2012.