Professor Stephen Teo contributes to article in The West Australian.
Professor Sam Huang featured in The West Australian.
One of only three MBA students from ECU accepted into the program, Anna is currently thriving on meeting likeminded people from a variety of backgrounds.
The School of Business and Law’s Research Office held its fourth ECU Business Flashlight on Friday 28 July.
Working with social workers in the area, the students started putting their in-class project into action, and funds raised at each event were available to the victims almost immediately.
The top international mediation prize is highly competitive, with teams from all over Asia competing for the top award.
For the 3rd year in a row Enactus ECU made it through to the Final round of the Championship held in Sydney.
By the time Nilesh Makwana graduated from the Master of Management Information Systems at ECU, he had already created a concept for an app, and would soon go on to lead the way for social innovation in WA.
Professor Stephen Teo discusses public sector changes with PerthNow.
Summary of research highlights in July 2017.
The new service aims to showcase the beautiful landscape of Western Australia and provide a unique experience on a motorbike.
The money raised by ECU’s students equates to getting 25 homeless people back on their feet.
Students from the School of Business and Law have put theory into practice as part of a new partnership with WA energy provider, Synergy.
Professor of Employment and Industry, Kerry Brown has recently returned from successfully co-organising the ‘Networks in changing business ecosystems’ symposium
The Rhodes Scholarship is one of the oldest and most prestigious scholarship in the world, each year a select number of applicants are granted the scholarship to undertake postgraduate study at the University of Oxford in England.
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