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CREATEC Weekly Seminar Series - Dr Jude Elund

Dr Jude Elund, Gender and physical expression in the practice of Mauy Thai
Event: Wednesday, 23 October

New Centre of Excellence shines $67M spotlight on kids' digital lives

Edith Cowan University (ECU) researchers will collaborate with national and international experts in world-first research investigating the impact of digital technology on Australian children.

Body of Knowledge episode 6 – Sporting mind games

In the latest episode of ECU's research podcast Body of Knowledge, Dr Craig Harms talks about the psychology behind high-pressure games in sports.

Honk if you love Untitled Goose Game

A new comedic video game about a mischievous goose has become a viral sensation - reaching the top of the digital sales charts, inspiring a steadily increasing stream of memes and fan-art, and earning celebrity endorsements.

There are three types of climate change denier, and most of us are at least one

The language of climate change denial and inaction has transformed. Outright science denial has been replaced by efforts to reframe climate change as natural, and climate action as unwarranted. However, this is just another way of rejecting the facts, and their implications for us. Denial can take many forms.

Edith Cowan University Academics and Students visit Samtse College of Education

Fifteen students from Edith Cowan University (ECU), in Perth, Western Australia are on a study abroad visit to Samtse College of Education (SCoE).

Growing up gay in Geraldton: how Holden Sheppard lived to tell the tale

Arts and Humanities graduate Holden Sheppard is now one of Australia’s brightest young literary stars. He’s attracted national attention for his debut novel, Invisible Boys, which has already won three major awards before its official release on October 1.

Latest university news

ATAR is coming – here's how to manage exam stress

Edith Cowan University Education expert Dr Mandie Shean says managing exam stress is important to perform at our best, but equally important is to remember there's much more in a person's future than just exams.

Medicine pioneer honoured in his country of origin

Professor Wei Wang's significant contribution to medicine has been recognised with a major award from the World Chinese Doctors Association.

Edith Cowan University (ECU)

Mechanical engineering is Australia's second-most in demand engineering profession, across all types of industries including energy, construction,…

Edith Cowan University (ECU)

In world-first research, ECU Science researchers and international collaborators have accurately quantified the amount of greenhouse gasses – or…

Edith Cowan University (ECU)

📱 Do you use PayID? Attaching your mobile phone number or email address to your bank account could expose you to tailored scams that trick you into…

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