Top of page
Global Site Navigation

School of Business and Law

Local Section Navigation
You are here: Main Content

News and events

Stay up-to-date with school research news and events and check out what's happening across the rest of the university.

News

Edmund Goh appointed as TEQSA external expert

Thursday, 18 April 2019

Dr Edmund Goh has been appointed by the Australian Government  to the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA) as an external expert in the area of hospitality and tourism education.

A celebration of success at the School of Business and Law Prize Night

Wednesday, 17 April 2019

The School of Business and Law’s 2018 Prize Ceremony held at Frasers in Kings Park, recently celebrated the School’s top achieving students. There were 62 incredible award winners including Joanne May who was the recipient of the School of Business and Law Medal.

Indonesia’s presidential election: Is Jokowi ‘religious enough’ for conservative voters?

Wednesday, 17 April 2019

Associate Professor Hadrian Djajadikerta writes for The Conversation, discussing Joko Widodo and the Indonesian presidential election.

The internet is costing humans our imagination

Wednesday, 17 April 2019

Dr Sean Goltz spoke to The West about why the internet could be costing humans their imagination.

Federal Shadow Attorney General Hon. Mark Dreyfus attends law panel

Tuesday, 09 April 2019

The  School of Business and Law recently hosted a Q&A panel with the Federal Shadow Attorney General the Hon Mark Dreyfus.

Friendly lure for filmmakers

Monday, 08 April 2019

Filming activity in regional WA has skyrocketed in the past 18 months and is set to reach greater heights after the launch of the Film Friendly Initiative, which will open up communities across the State to even more projects. Associate Professor Sean Kim discusses with The West.

Casual academics aren’t going anywhere, so what can universities do to ensure learning isn’t affected?

Monday, 08 April 2019

More Australian universities are relying on casual academics to teach their students. Although casual academics are on temporary contracts, some have been working for universities longer than their colleagues on continuing contracts. Dr Yuliani Suseno discusses with colleagues in The Conversation.

For political parties in Indonesia, large social media followers has little effect on electoral success

Friday, 05 April 2019

It's predicted that Indonesia will have 215 million internet users in 2020, making it the country with the fourth-largest number of internet users in the world. In some countries, political parties use social media and intensify their digital political marketing during elections. Associate Professor Hadrian Djajadikerta discussed in The Conversation.

Business and law students get work ready at annual Career Fair

Friday, 29 March 2019

Over 350 students networked up a storm at this year’s School of Business and Law Career Fair.

Work-integrated learning partnership with BGIS leads to student employment

Monday, 25 March 2019

ECU and BGIS have formalised arrangements for internships and placements so at least four ECU students each year get the chance to experience working in an area relevant to their studies.

Events

Short Courses: Supply Chain Management – Monday 29 April, FREE

If you want business success (and who doesn’t?), you have to make your supply chain successful too. Join Associate Professor Ferry Jie at this one day workshop that is generously subsidised by the Small Business Development Corporation.

Networks in changing business ecosystems - 3rd International Symposium

15 & 16 July 2019, Room 546, Building 34, ECU Joondalup Campus, Perth, Western Australia

Short Courses: Cyber Security for Small Business

In this full-day interactive workshop you’ll cover new developments in the cyber world, take part in hands-on activities and contribute to seminar discussions around best practice.

Latest university news

Homeschooled children are far more socially engaged than you might think

Whether homeschooled children have enough opportunities for socialisation is one of the most common questions homeschooling parents get asked.

Explainer: what is explicit instruction and how does it help children learn?

Explicit instruction is a type of teaching model where students are shown what to do and how to do it.

Edith Cowan University (ECU)

🥬🍃 Eating just one cup of leafy green vegetables like spinach each day may help maintain muscle strength and mobility into old age.

Edith Cowan University (ECU)

This presentation will provide insight into the nature of the Intelligence and Security world - where the jobs are and the personal attributes and…

Edith Cowan University (ECU)

ECU researchers are using Australia's most commonly ordered blood test to detect undiagnosed iron overload.

Skip to top of page