Abdullahi Alim wants to change the face entrepreneurship in Australia.
ECU is showing national leadership in moving closer towards achieving gender equality in the workplace, according to the national Employer of Choice for Gender Equality 2016 citations, released today (8 December 2016).
The last ECU media newsletter for 2016 contains a range of experts on Christmas and summer-related themes, as well as the latest ECU news.The ECU communications office will close on 23 December 2016, re-opening on 9 January 2017. For all out of hours media queries, please call 0402 016 344.
What do the West Coast Eagles, Professor Anne Aly and the Perth Wildcats have in common? They’re all shaking their groove things to help ECU break a record.
A top-floor corner office previously occupied by one of the Deputy Vice-Chancellors has been transformed into a space for all ECU staff caring for young children. Students who are parents will also be able to use the parenting room.
This edition of the ECU media newsletter includes subject experts on the sugar tax, terrorism recruitment, corporate social responsibility and PhD employability.
This fortnight's ECU media newsletter includes the latest subject experts as well as news from ECU.
How the deadly skin cancer melanoma is detected and treated is about to be revolutionised thanks to an $820,000 National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) grant.
While it’s normal for students to feel a certain level of stress around exam time, for some students, too much could impact their performance.
This edition includes experts on nursing assistants, Halloween, Perth's pub rock scene and Bluetooth as a cyber law enforcement tool.
There’s less than two weeks until Run For It! kicks off at ECU’s Joondalup Campus. To help you outwit the freaky characters you could encounter on the terrifying course, our researchers offer three tips, each backed by real science.
Melanoma kills more than 1600 Australians every year. Now a new blood test has been developed that will be revolutionise the way the deadly skin cancer is detected and treated.
Thanks to climate change, stinking piles of seaweed on WA beaches could be a thing of the past. But it’s not all good news.
The ECU media newsletter is distributed every two weeks. This edition includes experts on clowns, cyber security, entrepreneurship in the arts and workplace safety.
The addition of nursing assistants to hospital wards does not improve patient outcomes, according to new research from ECU's School of Nursing and Midwifery.