ECU will bring family-friendly and mainstream movies to the big screen thanks to a new partnership with Telethon 7 Community Cinemas.
Car keys and house keys could be made redundant by our own heartbeats, according to a cyber-security expert from ECU.
Foreign workers with no other options are struggling to get by working for app-based food delivery services. But most of them are okay with it – because they see it as a short-term arrangement and they have few alternatives.
If you didn’t attend an O Day, enrolled after the orientation period or missed out on orientation activities, you can get one step ahead by completing your ECU Orientation online.
ECU courses are once again in outstanding company after being recognised with national teaching awards.
Two WA lecturers are working to boost Australia’s flagging mathematics proficiency by using the principles of gamification and reinforcing positive experiences for their students.
For the third year in a row, ECU has been named an Employer of Choice for Gender Equity.
A procession of almost 200 graduates paraded through Bunbury’s city centre over the weekend, before an Indigenous social worker carried the ceremonial mace at ECU’s South West Campus graduation.
Positive goal engagement can play an important role in helping people to maintain a sense of well-being when living with chronic pain, according to new ECU research.
Could the conventional methods of teaching young children about waste be re-engineered?
Edith Cowan University has appointed Dr Ian Martinus to lead the University’s industry engagement efforts in the cyber security sector.
A husband and wife have twice the reason to celebrate after they joined more than 2000 graduates at ECU graduation ceremonies over the weekend.
Using eye tracking technology, ECU researchers have demonstrated that people don’t need to mindfully look at the eyes of their audience to be perceived as making eye contact during face-to-face conversation. Simply gazing somewhere around the face or head will suffice.
Laying in a hospital bed with a fractured pelvis and seven cracked ribs following a car crash, international student Rose Ogaro thought her dream of completing her nursing degree was over. But thanks to the support of those around her she is now preparing for a career as a trauma nurse.
Teachers should be asking five-year-olds how they want to be taught at school, according to new research from ECU.
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