ECU Joondalup psychology researchers need participants aged 65 or older for a mental health and wellness study.
Researchers from the School of Arts and Humanities at Edith Cowan University say many have fallen through the gaps of child protective services.
SAH staff member Dr Adrian Scott, has commented on a recent study on attitudes about sexual harassment which discovered that Aussie women are far less likely to consider wolf-whistling as unacceptable.
Arts and Humanities invites you to the exhibition opening of Tour, the culmination of the 2017 Parliament of Western Australia and Edith Cowan University Artist-in-Residence Program.
Arts and Humanities Lecturer James McCue talks about the biological reasoning for teenager behaviour.
West Australians are more in favour of rehabilitation for young offenders than most people might think, according to research by ECU.
A former Kalgoorlie-Boulder resident, ECU graduate and budding filmmaker has returned to his hometown with a cast and crew in tow, as part of the filming of his first feature film.
ECU’s School of Arts and Humanities alumni and staff member, Mahmudul Raz is currently undertaking a once in a lifetime skills development opportunity in Delhi, India with cinematographer Don McAlpine
The 41st Musicological Society of Australia National Conference (2018) will be held at the Western Australian Academy of Performing, Edith Cowan University.
From West to East, Christian, Buddhist, Hindu and Muslim religious movements have grown into financial powerhouses, with massive followings and effective social penetration. SAH Staff member, Jonathan James explains the success of Hillsong, Ciji, BAPS and Fetullah.
The developmental gap between toddlers who use educational apps on touch screen devices and those who do not is growing, ECU researchers warn.
WAAPA and the SAH, with support from the Office of Research and Innovation (ORI), jointly hosted an inter- university HASS Network event.
Join distinguished scholars, writers and civic leaders for an afternoon of enquiry and discussion.
Event: Thursday, 7 December
Arts and Humanities staff member Denise Pepper wins best sculpture award at the City’s Art Awards and Exhibition.
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