Vice-Chancellor Professor Kerry Cox met the Japanese Prime Minister Mr Shinzo Abe during his recent visit to Perth.
Solutions for enhancing happiness in the City of Fremantle have inspired an innovative collection of works from ECU’s School of Communications and Arts’ design students.
A survey by Edith Cowan University has provided a valuable new insight on the use of alcohol and other drugs by young Western Australians.
Thanks to the generosity of the Swift family, two regional students have been awarded $24,000 each to support their nursing studies.
The ECU Health Centre, incorporating the Wanneroo GP Super Clinic, will open for business on-schedule and on-budget in late September 2014.
An ECU researcher has three lessons for fellow Aboriginals hoping to make it in business.
An inflatable simulation tent that erects in just two minutes will be used by Edith Cowan University (ECU) to train health students and professionals for scenarios such as oil rig explosions, train derailments and toxic chemical fires.
Projects to develop weed-zapping lasers and investigating how to break the cycle of welfare dependency have secured prestigious Australian Research Council (ARC) Linkage Project Scheme grants worth almost half a million dollars over the next four years.
Brienna Forster is counting down the days until she flies to Bali, but her six-month stay will be no holiday.
A program aimed at giving high school students aspirations of studying at university is paying dividends for a group of students in the South West.
US education expert Dr Ira Harkavy will highlight the role of universities in solving society’s most pressing problems at this free public event on Tuesday, 22 July 2014.
A website for monitoring bushfire activity and an app to measure children’s’ hearing loss have continued ECU’s success at the prestigious WAiTTA Incite awards.
A new art exhibition and cultural performance, daily film screenings and flag-raising ceremonies at ECU during 2014 NAIDOC Week will celebrate the history and culture of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
ECU Vice-Chancellor and President Professor Kerry O. Cox has emphasised the value of international exchanges and collaboration during his visit to China.