Teaching children their times tables require a balance between practice and application.
ECU film students are learning innovative ways to finance and market their film projects.
A police pipe band, Nyoongar performers, WAAPA musicians and several hundred members of the ECU community have welcomed ECU’s fifth Vice-Chancellor.
The audacious golden exterior of the latest architectural addition to ECU’s Joondalup Campus is a clear sign of its rapid development as a vibrant, globally-focused University.
In less than 25 years ECU has created some of the most eye catching architecture in Western Australia to create an innovative, global university.
Leaving the car and instead pounding the pavement helps people better connect with the suburb they live in, says PhD candidate Tina Askam.
Researchers have found that eating a Mediterranean diet reduces the risk of developing Alzheimer's disease.
A new exhibition at ECU is exploring how we create the story of us. It asks which memories do we hold on to, which do we discard and what moments in our life make us who we are?
ECU has been named as one of the top universities in the world under 50 years of age.
A new $5000 prize has given one ECU student the opportunity to gain valuable experience with Emirates in Dubai.
Former ECU leaders have been honoured with portraits painted by four prominent Australian artists.
Sacha King now works for a global humanitarian organisation in Thailand – and it’s all thanks to a scholarship she won in 2013 while studying at ECU. Applications for the 2015 scholarship are now open.
The Nyoongar season djeren (April - May) arrived early this year, says ECU Cultural Awareness Officer Jason Barrow.
The Australian Curriculum is largely silent on the needs of queer students and must change to include those students, writes Dr David Rhodes.
Are we seeing the end of the boom as resources companies slash costs by cutting staff and suspending operations?