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Latest news and events

Matthew Pope: How is Something so Calm so Chaotic

How is something so calm, so chaotic – Performance 3 is part of Matthew Pope’s School of Arts and Humanities Honours research project at Edith Cowan University.

Migrants and young Australians change the spiritual make-up of nation

Arts and Humanities Lecturer and researcher Dr Jonathan James comments on how many younger Aussies are rufusing to be pigeonholed by religion.

World politics explainer: the end of Apartheid

History Lecturer, David Robinson writes about the rise and fall of the Apartheid movement.

Lawyers have unhealthy concerns about weight

An obsession with their body weight and shape could be contributing to the elevated stress levels of lawyers and law students, according to new research by ECU’s School of Arts and Humanities Lecturer, Dr Shane Rogers.

Double opening for SAH Painting Residency Artists

Two exhibitions by the recipients of the School of Arts and Humanities, Painting Residency 2018 will open at Spectrum Project Space with a double opening.

CREATEC Weekly Seminar Series - Professor Quentin Beresford

Professor Quentin Beresford will present at the next CREATEC Weekly Seminar Series.
Event: Friday, 12 October

CREATEC Weekly Seminar Series - Dr Christopher Kueh

Dr Christopher Kueh will present at the next CREATEC Weekly Seminar Series.
Event: Friday, 5 October

Latest university news

ECU says farewell to Hendy Cowan

ECU's "big man", Dr Hendy Cowan, was farewelled at an event this week before he retires from his role as Chancellor.

Fresh purpose for agricultural waste

Canola stalks and lupin straw can be used to filter lead from wastewater, new research has found.

Mentoring as a tool against African youth crime

Peer mentoring programs may prevent crime and violence among African youth, according to the early findings of new ECU research.

Edith Cowan University (ECU)

Calling Perth Glory Fans aged 8-12: do YOU want be the kid who Tosses the Coin at the start of the Perth Glory vs Brisbane Roar match in November?…

Edith Cowan University (ECU)

Can't wait to see the redesigned $50 note with our namesake on it Australian Museum!

Edith Cowan University (ECU)

Why do we need food? Milo, aged 5, asks the hard question on The Conversation, and our Professor of Public Health Nutrition, Amanda Devine, answers.…

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