A new documentary tells the story of WA artist Ross Seaton, the 'Walking Man', through the eyes of ECU Honorary Professor Ted Snell.
Awesome Year 12 ATAR Scholarships
ECU is offering $3K one-off payments to students who achieve an ATAR of 90+ in 2022 and $5K per year if they can achieve an ATAR of 97+.
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Building ECU City from the ground up
The state-of-the-art ECU City will reshape the heart of the Perth CBD. And with the designs completed and a renowned construction company onboard, we can now see this dynamic landmark coming to life through animation.Watch the video
ECU has a vibrant research community, actively supporting our student and staff researchers. We continually seek opportunities to collaborate with other universities and to work with organisations and businesses to commercialise research outcomes. Learn more about research at ECU.
ECU research aims to transform the lives of people in global communities. Our work focuses on four themes that recognise our collective expertise and our progressive view of the world.Find out more
New research from Edith Cowan University has revealed childrens’ books are perpetuating outdated stereotypes of gender roles including boys playing sport, doing physical work and girls as passive onlookers.
New research from ECU is pushing lupins toward the mainstream as a sustainable, plant-based, gluten-free protein source.
Research at Edith Cowan University in Western Australia is making sure your creepy crawly snack is safe.
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Google’s brief disappearance from the internet felt, for many, like an almost-apocalyptic moment.
The former AFL star's revelations about the 2018 Adelaide Crows training camp raises all sorts of questions — most obviously, how could an elite organisation treat its most valuable assets so badly?
In the development of ever smarter homes, Amazon could soon have access to the maps of our houses created and stored by Roomba vacuums.
ECU respects the Noongar people, the traditional custodians of the land on which our campuses are built. We're also committed to developing our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students and staff.Our commitment to Indigenous Australians
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