A new book from Edith Cowan University (ECU) has for the first time shed light on the female criminals that stalked the seedy streets of Perth and Fremantle in the early years of the twentieth century.
Edith Cowan University (ECU) has received five star ratings for its teaching quality, generic skills and overall satisfaction, making it the fifth year in a row it has received the highest rating in these categories in the Good Universities Guide.
Edith Cowan University (ECU), in partnership with Commonwealth Bank of Australia, is delighted to welcome Ms Buttrose to ECU’s Joondalup Campus to speak about her current role as the National President of Alzheimer’s Australia and receiving the 2013 Australian of the Year Award.
New courses, state-of-the-art facilities and interactive displays will be on offer as Edith Cowan University (ECU) once again throws open its doors for Open Day.
Graduates from Edith Cowan University’s WA Screen Academy have claimed thirty per cent of this year’s nominations for the prestigious WA Screen Awards, announced at the Astor Cinema in Perth on Tuesday, 8 July 2013.
ECU PhD candidate Mr Tuguy Esgin believes using exercise as a form of medicine could help Indigenous Australians avoid a range of chronic diseases. His aim is to see exercise used as a preventative measure as well as treating the symptoms once a chronic disease has developed.
ECU has gained full accreditation for its Graduate Diploma and Master of Occupational Health and Safety programs, making it the first university in WA and one of only four in Australia to be accredited to date.
Researchers from ECU are investigating the public’s attitude toward the WA Government’s child sex offender registry website, including whether parents feel their children are safer.
Edith Cowan University (ECU) researchers have developed a new water quality sensor utilising fibre optic nano technology.
ECU has gained full accreditation to deliver training in anaesthetic crises, making it the only organisation in WA to provide training in this area and cementing the University’s position as a global leader in health simulation.
A student research project is using the built-in motion detection features of a popular games console to provide a low-cost, 24-hour home monitoring system for the sick, elderly or those with a disability.
Social media poses a serious threat to Australia’s justice system, according to Edith Cowan University’s Head of School of Law and Justice, Professor Anne Wallace.
Are migrant workers on 457 visas turning down the chance to work for resources industry giants and instead choosing employment with smaller firms? This question is the focus of a new study by Edith Cowan University (ECU) researchers.
New research from Edith Cowan University (ECU) and the University of New England has found women experience more rude and disrespectful behaviour in the workplace, but they tolerated it by working harder.
Teachers and parents have been so effective in reducing bullying behaviour in schools that it has gone ‘underground’, with young people who bully turning to covert methods to avoid detection.