Free tuition will help two high achieving ECU students get ready for careers in education and psychology.
Abdullahi Alim wants to change the face entrepreneurship in Australia.
There’s good news for those considering studying journalism or education at ECU: the University is home to two of the best teachers in Australia for these courses.
The HealthInfoNet Visualising Research project is a collaborative partnership between Australia Indigenous HealthInfoNet and the School of Arts and Humanities, with a focus on developing visual representations of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health information.
Decibel performs a series of works by visiting Professor Simon Emmerson, in addition to some works composed within the ensemble.
Event: Thursday, 24 November
Students from ECU’s one year intensive Graduate Diploma of Broadcasting course are well on the way to the career of their dreams, thanks to the support of Australia’s leading broadcasters.
Postgraduate candidate Cissi Wing Sze Tsang, will present "Sonification and Visualisation of Data: The Re-appropriation of Digital Media Sourced Through the Found Environment" at the CREATEC Weekly Seminar Series.
Event: Wednesday, 24 October
Professor Glen Phillips will present "Subtlety Could Not Be Handed Out To The Men, Or Seeking Subtlety In The Australian Short Story." at the CREATEC Weekly Seminar Series.
Event: Wednesday, 19 October
The Youth Work, Social Work and Social Science disciplines within the School of Arts and Humanities are proud to present three exciting public lectures to be held across both the ECU Mount Lawley and Bunbury campuses.
The School of Arts and Humanities invites you to an information session to learn more about an exciting opportunity to join a Community and Cultural Development Tour to Mongolia in 2017.
Are you a rural or regional student, or completed High School in a rural or regional area? Did you take a gap year (or more)?
Words Beyond Grammar began as a response to Boris Groys’s essay of the same title which explores how the internet, and in particular Google, are philosophical machines through which we struggle to gain access to the truth.
A new online issue of the prestigious Westerly magazine, featuring the talents of a number of ECU staff and students, is now available free from the Westerly website and will be launched at the Australian Short Story Festival.
Associate Professor Lynn Priddis is one of 15 international experts who have been chosen to provide official training throughout the US and Internationally in the field of Infant Mental Health.
Richard Morrison will present "Working across time zones – UK service to Hollywood" at the CREATEC Weekly Seminar Series.
Event: Wednesday, 12 October
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