For ECU sports science graduate and international entrepreneur Dr Dee Dee Mahmood, her study and career choices were motivated by highly personal reasons.
In a year in which we have been required to distance physically; the need to connect emotionally with others has never been more apparent.
Ms Madeleine Cross graduated from ECU's Graduate Diploma of Broadcasting in 2019 and her career has gotten off to a flying start.
As students return to campus this semester, we also have other students who have transitioned from student to graduate and who are now part of our ECU alumni community. We welcome you to the fold.
When Professor Address Malata looks back on her time studying nursing at ECU, she never imagined one day she would become the first Vice-Chancellor of the Malawi University of Science and Technology (MUST), the first female to hold the position.
For over 30 years, Dr Rachael Maza, a proud Yidinji and Meriam woman, has been a trailblazer and visionary in Australia’s Indigenous arts sector. Dr Maza shared some of the impacts of COVID-19 on the performing arts with us.
Chloe Constantinides is a young entrepreneur who's making waves across Western Australia and beyond. In 2018, her achievements were recognised as the winner of the ECU Young Alumni Award 2018. We caught up with Chloe to find out what she's currently doing and to get her advice for young entrepreneurs.
COVID-19 restrictions lead ECU's motorsports team to create first electric car
Nilesh Makwana, ECU Business and Law alumnus, is leading an international collaboration boosting security for Australia’s vulnerable non-profit sector by helping the sector defend itself against cybercrime.
The past few months have changed the way we connect with people, and the way we do business. For ECU Bachelor of Arts graduate and Sorrento Surf Club Office Manager, Jessica Bunford, social media is a key way to develop brand awareness and promote the surf club.
15 songs featuring WAAPA graduates to get you moving!
ECU alumni and host of Flashpoint, Tim McMillan, shares his thoughts on kids going back to school during COVID-19.
Dr Nathalie Collins, Director (International) in the School of Business and Law, helps us to figure it out.
In any ordinary year, Australia’s teachers would spend their April holidays taking a quick breather from Term 1 and planning lessons for the upcoming autumn term. 2020 is, of course, no ordinary year. On a global scale, COVID-19 has brought about the greatest disruption to the work of teachers ever seen in modern history.
15 movies featuring incredible WAAPA graduates to watch while you're at home!
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