The next lecture in this exciting series will be delivered by Dr Rhona O’Brien, Senior Lecturer in Children and Family Studies, Department of Applied Health, Psychology and Social Studies from the University of Cumbria.
The next three day non-residential writing retreat will mix quiet writing time with collegial discussion of both our work-in-progress and aspects of the writing process.
Event: Monday, 21 November - Wednesday, 23 November
An exhibition featuring the best artwork from secondary students across WA will be on show during ECU Mount Lawley and WAAPA’s Open Day.
Calling all creative artists, ECU's Spectrum Project Space in now accepting proposals from creative practitioners that engage with the multi-disciplinary philosophy of the project space for 2017.
An exciting double exhibition opening at ECU's Spectrum Project Space will showcase new work by two Western Australian early career artists Carla Adams and Wade Taylor.
School of Arts and Humanities Criminology and Justice student Leilani Kwan has recently become the first ECU student to participate in the Evidence Based Policing Internship Program with the WA Police.
The School of Arts and Humanities is leading the state of Western Australia in its focus on developing specialist training for those who work with infants, young children and their families.
Bunbury’s own writing for performance competition and festival is now open to entrants of all ages from across Australia.
NAPLAN testing has only a minimal impact on student stress levels according to a new study of WA primary schools.
Professor Lelia Green takes a closer look at how parents' attitudes to children's digital media use change as they move towards adulthood.
The School of Arts and Humanities South West Arts Program is up in lights at the moment with two concurrent exhibitions featuring work from ECU staff and students.
The Happiness Project, a collaboration between ECU and the City of Fremantle aims to inject happiness into the city.
A unique friendship between four WA girls adopted from Chinese orphanages is just one of the stories featuring in a new program by ECU Broadcasting students on Channel 7.
ECU Visual Arts student Rebecca Jensen has been nominated for the prestigious Community Invitation Art Award.
ECU journalism students are holding real press conferences on campus to give them the hands-on experience industry wants.
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