Join guest speakers David Carson (Visual Artist) and Paul Houghton (Digital Strategist) at the opening of the Espresso Self 2014 exhibition to launch Research Week. Share their insight into effective collaboration and digital storytelling.
The Research Photography Competition will showcase research taking place at ECU through the medium of photography, with images being exhibited during Research Week from 15-19 September, 2014.
The pressure on the mental health of Fly-In Fly-Out workers was the topic of this year’s winning ECU Three Minute Thesis.
Come along to the ECU Three Minute Thesis final on Wednesday, 13 August and support the participants as they compete to win prize money and a place in the national 3MT finals at the University of Western Australia.
ECU's doctoral and master by research students have just three minutes to explain their research as they compete for prizes as part of ECU’s Three Minute Thesis (3MT®) competition.
Video from the 2013 Your Research in a Nutshell competition are now available on our YouTube channel.
It was a clean sweep for the School of Exercise and Health Science at the recent Your Research in a Nutshell competition.
With just minutes to explain research they have spent years working on, the pressure was on for the finalists in Edith Cowan University’s Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition recently.
What can you do in three minutes? Find out what our researchers can do at the Grand Final of the ECU Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition on Tuesday 17 September 2013.
This year, Research Week organisers are encouraging undergraduate and postgraduate coursework students to take part in the week’s activities and to start thinking about research as an option for future study.
ECU’s 2013 Research Week is promising an exciting program of events including presentations, interactive sessions, research exhibitions, competitions and performances from across ECU’s Faculties and Research Centres.
Congratulations to ECU researcher Dr Chris Abbiss, winner of the inaugural ECU Your Research in a Nutshell competition.
“What do you want to be when you grow up?” This is the question we should be asking children and young people with disabilities, according to ECU’s Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition winner Kitty-Rose Foley
Early-career researchers will be taking to the stage to compete against one other in the inaugural Your Research in a Nutshell competition this Friday, 21 September from 1:00pm to 3:00pm at the Joondalup Campus.
Aided only by a single Powerpoint slide, could you explain your research in an exciting and engaging way in just three minutes?