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What will universities look like in a post-pandemic world?

Friday, 03 December 2021

General Manager, Mike Lanzing, speaks with Executive Dean Maryam Omari to understand the biggest impacts on universities in Western Australia during the COVID-19 pandemic, asking her: will universities ever look the same?

Australia’s reliance on China buying lots of our iron ore puts us right where Beijing wants us

Thursday, 25 November 2021

School of Business and Law Professor of Finance Robert Powell's piece in The Conversation is mentioned in the Herald Sun.

Will new guidelines stop spectators being racist at sporting events?

Thursday, 18 November 2021

School of Business and Law lecturer and expert in sport business, Dr Ashlee Morgan, on the new guidelines for addressing spectator racism in sport on ABC Radio National.

School of Business and Law Student Prize Ceremony at the WA Museum Boola Bardip

Thursday, 18 November 2021

The School of Business and Law celebrated the School’s top achieving students from 2020 at the WA Museum Boola Bardip.

South32 CEO Graham Kerr on leadership in a changing world at ANZAM 2021 Conference

Wednesday, 10 November 2021

Earlier this week School of Business and Law had the pleasure of hosting the Perth Keynote event for the Australia New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM) 2021 Conference and guest of honour Graham Kerr, CEO, South32.

A COVID 'ring of steel' around Sydney would play havoc with Australia's supply chains

Monday, 08 November 2021

If a 'ring of steel” was actually placed around Sydney, as suggested by Victorian premier Daniel Andrews, the rest of Australia would suffer in ways that aren’t immediately apparent.

“Succession”: Logan Roy’s Hand-Picked Directors Cover up Wrongdoing, Just Like in Real Life

Friday, 05 November 2021

So much of 'Succession' holds a mirror to real life, including the corruption that takes place when CEOs choose their own directors. Dr Nader Atawnah, Dr Rashid Zaman, and Jia Liu, University of Portsmouth co-written from The Conversation gets republished.


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ECU Newsroom

Millions in funding to protect Western Australians online

The State Government will dedicate $1.2 million to the WA AustCyber Innovation Hub over the next four years.

'I was told if I couldn't hack it, I should hand in my uniform.' Volunteers share suicidal thoughts after fighting bushfires

As Australia braces for another bushfire season, new research from Edith Cowan University has revealed how our volunteer firefighters are still reeling from the effects of the catastrophic 2019/20 bushfires.

Turtle’s hard shell essential for wild side of beach life

ECU PhD candidate Casper Avenant explains the beautiful and sometimes deadly relationship between sea turtles and ghost crabs on the beaches of WA's North West coast over summer months.

ECU joins elite global cyber security group

ECU has been added to the ranks of a top international cyber security group to bolster efforts to tackle emerging cyber challenges.

The Write Stuff: National award for ECU literacy project

An ECU research project which has inspired Western Australian families to read with their children for nearly two decades has been recognised with a prestigious national research award.

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