The ECU media newsletter is emailed to journalists fortnightly during semester. This edition includes expert on data security, FIFO diets and car vs house crashes.
Edith Cowan University has received five star ratings for its teaching quality, generic skills and overall satisfaction for the sixth consecutive year, as rated by its students in a confidential national survey.
There’s never been a better time to broaden your career opportunities with ECU and the South West Institute of Technology (SWIT) signing an articulation agreement to provide clear pathways to university.
The ECU media newsletter is emailed to journalists fortnightly during semester. This edition includes experts on data retention, FIFO suicide risks and alcohol consumption among older people.
Edith Cowan University (ECU) students Kelli Schmitt, Daniel Edwards and Kirsty Eades have been awarded a 2014 Perth Airport Indigenous Scholarship thanks to the generosity of Perth Airport.
A survey by Edith Cowan University has provided a valuable new insight on the use of alcohol and other drugs by young Western Australians.
School of Nursing and Midwifery students Lateia Turner-Biggs and Sarah-Louise McDougall have been awarded the 2014 Dorothea Swift Nursing Scholarship thanks to the generosity of the Swift family.
The ECU Health Centre, incorporating the Wanneroo GP Super Clinic, will open for business on-schedule and on-budget in late September 2014.
Statement on Rolf Harris verdict from ECU Vice-Chancellor Professor Kerry Cox.
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.
The ECU media newsletter is emailed to journalists fortnightly during semester. This edition includes experts on Aboriginal business studies, NAIDOC Week, Red Nose Day and the link between prostate cancer and sexual health.
A WA-based project that has cut the risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) in one of Jordan’s largest hospitals will be expanded to the refugee camps that have sprung up along the country’s border with war-torn Syria.
ECU has appointed Professor Steve Chapman as its next Vice-Chancellor.
A new art exhibition and cultural performance, daily film screenings and flag-raising ceremonies at Edith Cowan University (ECU) during 2014 NAIDOC Week will celebrate the history and culture of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.