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ECU 3D printed foods showcased at Parliament House

ECU's 3D printed foods were recently showcased at the Tech Policy Futures event at Parliament House Canberra, demonstrating ECU’s innovative food technology and its capacity to address urgent challenges in Australia and beyond.

Burning commitment to supporting mob

The Edith Cowan University community is proud to celebrate NAIDOC Week 2024 - 'Keep the fire burning! Blak, loud and proud' – as a time to reflect on our First Nations history and share stories that honour the history, culture, resilience and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

Proudly keeping the family fires burning bright

This week is a time for all Australians to reflect on their First Nations history, to honour the resilience of the oldest living culture on earth and to come together to celebrate our country’s unique culture.

Creating Indigenous Excellence

The Vice-Chancellor's Indigenous Futures Fellowship (VCIFF) Scheme seeks to attract and provide opportunities for a cohort of new Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander leaders and academics.

ECU's cultural leadership fire is burning

Acclaimed Wardandi and Badimaya curator, writer and advocate Clothilde Bullen is breaking new ground as the inaugural Lead, Cultural Strategy and Development for Edith Cowan University (ECU) as it builds its world-class ECU City campus in the heart of Perth's CBD.

The inhumane offers a window into humanity

From podcasts to shorts, the topic of serial killers is likely to receive a significant amount of attention on social media sites. But what is it about this subject that captures the imagination of millions?

Teachers Supporting Teachers – the global podcast

The Teachers Supporting Teachers podcast, hosted by ECU's Professor Narelle Lemon and Marnie Harris, has launched a new thought-provoking series. The latest instalment delves into the complexities and rewards of teaching - from the city to the country.

ECU best in class with a passion for inclusion

Edith Cowan University (ECU) has won national recognition in Australia's premier awards for disability access and inclusion, run by the Australian Disability Network (ADN) on 8 May in Melbourne.

ECU and MRIWA meeting the demand for lithium together

ECU and the Minerals Research Institute of Western Australia (MRIWA) have commenced a direct lithium extraction (DLE) project that is set revolutionise the future of critical minerals sustainability. The research is using membrane technology to meet the future demand for lithium in a less harmful way.

'Catch Me If You Can' star shares how not to get caught by cyber scammers

CyberWest Summit 2024 sponsored by ECU has opened to its biggest ever crowd. The only cyber security event of its kind in Australia, it is designed to educate small to medium size businesses about the dangers to help them build cyber resilience. This year a Hollywood heavyweight also made a virtual appearance.

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Reconciliation more critical than ever

As part of National Reconciliation Week 2024, ECU is collaborating with Murdoch University and James Cook University on an important event entitled "Post-Referendum: What's Next for Universities" – and everyone is invited.

ECU Shines in 2024 QS World University Rankings by Subject

In the recently released 2024 QS World University Rankings by Subject, Edith Cowan University (ECU) has once again demonstrated its academic excellence by receiving rankings in six subject categories. This year's results highlight consistent strong performance across various disciplines.

Bright sparks in the heart of Busselton

ECU has partnered with the City of Busselton to deliver some incredible opportunities for budding musicians and performers in the South West over the coming months.

New TAFE pathway to help early childhood educators study at ECU

Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care NMTAFE graduates are being offered a new pathway directly into university thanks to a new partnership with ECU. The aim is not only to increase the number of early childhood educators in WA, but provide them with the opportunity for a higher level of learning and more advanced experience.

New paid work placement provides relief for ECU pre-service teachers

ECU Bachelor of Education students can participate in a paid work experience program being trialled thanks to a partnership with the Anglican Schools Commission (ASC). It's aimed at providing valuable real-world experience for future teachers, while offering some financial relief.

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