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Research Week is an annual showcase of ECU research achievements, collaboration, impact and overall contribution to knowledge locally, nationally, and internationally. Come along to interactive sessions, competitions and exhibitions, at our Joondalup, Mount Lawley and South West campuses.


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Reach for the stars: Supporting women in research

Professor Mel Ziman shared a very personal story at the launch of this year's Research Week which focused on the barriers that women face when they focus on a career in the sciences.

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Koorda Katitjin Lessons in Love
Positive Family Functioning - What can be learnt from the traditional Nyoongar family system?

'Is Your Research Really Research?' 
If asked - could you define what research is - what it covers - and what it is not? This seminar tries to answer these three key questions and it will be of special benefit to those whose research covers Humanities and the Arts.

800 words for 80,000 hits
This seminar is presented by Michael Hopkin, Section editor ofThe Conversation, an independent, not-for-profit media outlet that uses content sourced from the academic and research community. It combines academic rigor with journalistic flair and makes your research accessible to a wider audience.

ECU Watermark GetLINKED! Master Classes
GetLINKED! provides an opportunity for the business community to network with academic talent and researchers.

Program of events

Exhibitions and competitions

Join us for exhibitions, poster displays and competitions:

Journey Out Into the Universe
An exhibition of images of stars and galaxies taken by high school students as part of an innovative astronomy education program and research project.

Research in a Nutshell
Bringing together three popular communication competitions: Three Minute Thesis (3MT), Five Minute Research Pitch and One Minute to Pitch It.

Research Photography Competition
Let people know what you’re interested in by sharing a photo of your Research Week experience on Instagram #ECUResearchWeek

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