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CREATEC Weekly Seminar Series - Professor Clive Barstow

Professor Clive Barstow will present at the next CREATEC Weekly Seminar Series.
Event: Wednesday, 29 November

Graduate Wins Prestigious Authors Award

ECU’s very own alumni and academic staff member for the School of Arts and Humanities, Kristian Guagliardo has been announced the winner of the Ray Koppe Residency Award from the Australian Society of Authors.

Heaven won’t throw you a meat pie

Developed during a five-month exchange in Shanghai, this exhibition explores the motivations behind mothers’ participation in Shanghai’s Peoples Park marriage market.

Meniscus - Contemporary Fashion at ECU Graduate event

MENISCUS, the School of Arts and Humanities Fashion event #10 will showcase the work of our latest group of talented emerging designers.

ECU unveils amazing array of graduate talent at ArtsHum 2017

Be part of the excitement as Edith Cowan University’s School of Arts and Humanities presents the much anticipated ArtsHum 2017, a premier event on ECU’s event calendar beginning with a spectacular opening night.

'App gap' creates new digital divide among young children

Researchers are concerned about a growing app gap where digital-savvy toddlers with access to educational apps may be more school-ready than their counterparts.

Universities compete at inaugural Social Media Games

The very first of its kind – The Social Media Games – is a time-pressure challenge featuring WA universities battling it out for glory.

Latest university news

'App gap' creates new digital divide among young children

Researchers are concerned about a growing app gap where digital-savvy toddlers with access to educational apps may be more school-ready than their counterparts.

Internet connected-toys and science teaching under spotlight with $700,000 in research funding

Projects examining the internet of toys and improving the way science teachers engage with their students will share in more the $700,000 in funding from the Australian Research Council.

Health Check: which sports supplements actually work?

There are thousands of health supplements on the market that claim to increase strength, decrease body fat or improve overall performance. Dr Kristina Kendall examines the scientific evidence behind these claims and outlines which supplements actually work and which to avoid.

Edith Cowan University (ECU)

Perth brewer John Stallwood started with a home brew kit and an ECU marketing degree. He turned an experiment into a career — but the path to success …

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🐟🌊 🌡️🗺️ As ocean temperatures increase due to climate change, fish species normally found in tropical areas are moving away from the equator to…

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At just 17, Calan Williams Racing is a force to be reckoned with on the Formula 3 circuit. But to achieve his goal of reaching Formula 1, he has to…

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