ECU has appointed Professor Caroline Mansfield as Executive Dean of the School of Education. Professor Mansfield has an extensive career in both education and research, in the area of teacher resilience and wellbeing.
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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.Learn more about ECU City
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
ECU research into greenhouse gas absorption by Australian coastal ecosystems.
New research from Edith Cowan University has created an engaging music project pairing native Western Australian birdsong with experimental instruments.
New research from Edith Cowan University shows exercise causes muscles to secrete proteins that can suppress tumour growth and help fight cancerous cells.
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ECU researcher Dr Joanna Nicholas is among an international group of researchers who have created the first standardised framework for injury reporting in circus artists.
New Zealand's Prime Minister is stepping down of her own accord, a fitting end to a tenure marked by self-awareness, transparency and humility.
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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