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WA Governor Kim Beazley with Associate Professor Flavio Macau.

ECU experts meet with WA Governor

Western Australian Governor Kim Beazley has sought out Edith Cowan University academics to share their expertise and help shape WA moving forward.

Professor Cobie Rudd

ECU to support South West healthcare

Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced the new University Department of Rural Health, which will offer extensive health training and research in the region.

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How “calming” our spinal cords could provide relief from muscle spasms

Poor sleep, difficulty moving and injuries from hitting something accidentally are just some of the challenges faced by suffers of often-painful involuntary muscle spasms - but an ECU study has revealed two methods can make our spinal cords less “excitable” and could potentially be used as new therapies.

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Secondary Teacher Ryan Marlow working with upper school students

Jump straight into your dream career with ECU

Haven’t studied since high school? Or maybe you want to boost your career – or switch to a new one? With 5-star student support and flexible study options offered at ECU, you can make your dreams a reality.

ECU Mechatronics Engineering student Ryan Bradley

STEM your way to a bright career

The continued demand for qualified professionals in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) shows no sign of slowing in the wake of Western Australia’s employment boom.

Students standing outside ECU Joondalup campus building

Delicious eats and drinks rollin' into ECU in 2022

ECU students and staff can look forward to recharging their study and work batteries with Roll’d Vietnamese opening its doors at ECU Joondalup Campus. The resident bars at both ECU Joondalup and Mount Lawley have also enjoyed a juicy refresh over summer, and are readying to welcome back the ECU community, relaunching as Birra Bar.

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Learn with leaders at ECU

Postgraduate students at ECU benefit from research-informed expertise, providing them with the tools, skills and knowledge to boost their career and shape the jobs and industries of the future.

Students walking through the ECU Joondalup Campus entrance smiling

Being flexible the key to success

ECU’s Professor Joanne Dickson, a goal-motivation and mental health and wellbeing expert, said the path you decided on a year or more ago does not need to be the direction you decide to head today.

ECU staff holding their Media Awards

Media stars celebrated at ECU

The extraordinary efforts of researchers to share their expertise has been acknowledged at the 2021 ECU media awards

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