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If you go down to the Library at ECU you are sure of a big surprise. For gathered there will be Threadbare, an intimate exhibition exploring the inner workings of cuddly companions, mostly teddy bears together with a few pandas.
Dr Vahri McKenzie will present "Only the Envelope: An artistic exercise in data retention" at the CREATEC Weekly Seminar Series.Event: Wednesday, 28 September
Visiting Research Professor Hiram E. Fitzgerald, will discuss the controversial topic at a public lecture at ECU Mount Lawley.
The ECU Student Guild wishes to invite you to the inaugural ECU Conference Week for the School of Arts and Humanities which will run during the mid-semester break.
The 2016 Talus Prize is calling for entries with two categories for this year’s prize, Prose and Poetry.
Postgraduate candidate Kelly Jaunzems, will present "An investigation into the use of Social Media in Occupational Health and Safety" at the CREATEC Weekly Seminar Series.Event: Wednesday, 21 September
As part of ECU Research Week 2016, Joondalup academics from Psychology, Social Science and Criminology will be presenting recent research activities to the general public.
Kelly Watson hasn’t even graduated yet, but she’s already been named the best new professional in the Human Resources industry’s annual awards.
Practice is the way we improve our skills. But as Professor Craig Speelman will explain in a free public lecture, it also shapes the way we perceive the world.
ECU researchers involved in the science of cycling at the highest levels are gearing up to share their knowledge with Perth cyclists as part of ECU’s Research Week.
Our Enactus Edith Cowan University team are about to head to Canada to compete in the Enactus World Cup 28-30 September! We're very excited for them…
One of our Broadcasting students had a brush with fame yesterday when she bumped into Louis Theroux in Perth while working for ABC News!
My Research: Making Impossible Pirouettes a Reality. WAAPA researcher Dr Luke Hopper discusses his research: investigating how elite ballet dancers…