The launch of THE LINK website is the first step in making Perth’s northern corridor the next global innovation hub.
Eleven Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Island students will represent ECU for the first time since 2009 at the 2016 Indigenous Unigames in Brisbane.
Becoming a teacher and creating positive change is Aboriginal student Mikayla King’s dream and she is well on the way to achieving it.
Ballet dancers spinning four or five times while balancing on one foot shouldn’t be possible. We find out how WAAPA’s elite dancers are doing it.
How do internships at university improve students employability and help them make better choices in their future careers?
Leadership doesn’t have to be complicated. That was the message from West Coast Eagles coach Adam Simpson at an ECU alumni event.
Buildings at ECU’s campuses have changed colour – from green (nodjam) to blue (wooyan) – signalling the arrival of Makuru season.
NAPLAN testing has only a minimal impact on student stress levels according to a new study of WA primary schools.
Professor Lelia Green takes a closer look at how parents' attitudes to children's digital media use change as they move towards adulthood.
Perth is one of the least densely populated cities in the world and its continuing outwards growth is putting precious native bushland as well as a number of endangered animals at risk.
The advice for cancer patients to get "bed-rest" is a thing of the past. Emerging evidence is showing that by reaching a certain level of fitness you can increase your chance of surviving cancer by as much as 50 per cent.
The average adult has more than 35,000 words in their vocabulary. But for the more than 100,000 Australians with the communication disorder aphasia, even the simple act of ordering a coffee can be a daily struggle.
In cyberspace we are facing password fatigue, caused by having to recall (seemingly) endless streams of (apparently) unrelated numbers and letters at odd times.
With only a handful of examples of this antique synthesiser left in the world, a WAAPA research student decided to build her own.
A unique friendship between four WA girls adopted from Chinese orphanages is just one of the stories featuring in a new program by ECU Broadcasting students on Channel 7.