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PhD candidate and South West Arts program student Nicole Sinclair to launch debut novel: Bloodlines.
Rochelle Matacz, Clinical Psychologist and lecturer specialising in Infant Mental Health at ECU, has been selected as a Fellow for the 2016-18 ZERO TO THREE Fellowship Class.
The public is invited to join ECU artists in creating music using unconventional instruments, including a playable plant, a water-filled subwoofer and 3D printed flutes.
Artist in residence at Spectrum Project Space will explore the mundane and often overlooked aspects of our everyday environments in her exhibition, Mundane Matters: 6050
A curiosity about the world and a desire to inform society is behind deafblind student Vanessa Vlajkovic’s decision to study journalism at ECU.
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.
Soils containing even small amounts of metals are more likely to contain strains of antibiotic resistant bacteria, according to new research from Edith Cowan University.
Some brain training programs can help slow cognitive decline that may lead to dementia, a new review of research into commercially available products has found.
One of the world’s leading researchers on Chinese tourism has joined ECU as the University’s 11th Professorial Research Fellow.
Congratulations to PhD candidate Nicole Sinclair! Her book Bloodlines will be published by Margaret River Press and will be launched 3 March at Maker …
Friday #Inspiration: How did a high-school drop-out end up as one of the foremost authorities on Aboriginal mens reproductive health #Inspo
Brain Training Apps: buyer beware ECU researchers have examined the scientific claims made by commercially available computerised brain training…
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