According to CNN (2020), Australia is being ravaged by the worst wildfires seen in decades, with large swaths of the country devasted since the fire season began in late July. All this has been exacerbated by persistent heat and drought, and many point to climate change as a factor making natural disasters go from bad to worse.
It is with pleasure that the School of Business and Law announces a number of successful Early Career Researcher (ECR) grants have been award for 2020. From a strong field of 34 applications, 17 were funded, and six of those were from the School of Business and Law.
The year of 2020 is set to be a busy year for Law Student Stuart Caporn.Atop his already eventful schedule, he has recently been appointed to the significant role of Competitions Coordinator for the Australian Law Students Association (ALSA) for 2020.
Recently, the Project Management Institute of Western Australia (PMIWA) and ECU’s School of Business and Law (SBL) ran a Project Management Day of Service. At the event, project management experts from SBL gave up their day to give advice and guidance about community projects to five local charities and not-for-profit organisations
School of Business and Law and Edith Cowan University are proud sponsors of Wanneroo Business Association (WBA). The 2019’s City of Wanneroo Business Awards Presentation Dinner marked the organisations 20th Anniversary, seeing 180 guest gather to celebrate and acknowledge business achievements from across the region.
Three out of four awards at ECU’s Early and Mid-Career Research Network (EMCRN) awards have been won by School of Business and Law staff. These awards recognise and celebrate outstanding achievements that come from the hard work, skill and tenacity of Edith Cowan University’s early and mid-career researchers.
Baby Yoda: the meme child making it a very Disney+ Christmas. Dr Nathalie writes for The Conversation.
A poor working relationship can cast a shadow over your work and even invade your home life. Professor Stephen Teo talks to In The Black, CPA Australia
Facebook’s push for end-to-end encryption is good news for user privacy, as well as terrorists and paedophiles. Dr Roberto Musotto writes for The Conversation.
‘Disaster waiting to happen’: New Zealand’s White Island’s deadly history. Professor Ross Dowling talks to News.com.au
‘Torture Behind Bars: Role of Police Force in India’ authored by Associate Professor Joshua Aston gives a complete scenario and the status of Torture which takes place behind the bars, i.e., custodial violence in India and the role and accountability of the Police.
Higher Studies in Law by Associate Professor Joshua Aston is an indispensable guide for students willing to pursue higher studies in law. The book exhaustively covers the Postgraduate degree programmes in law, Doctorate degree programmes in law, Advanced Postgraduate Research Degree, Juris Doctor Degree, etc.
The School of Business and Law recently celebrated the achievements of our staff at the official Staff Awards Ceremony at Reid's Lounge.
Professor Pi-Shen Seet speaks to The New Daily about training and employees.
Dr Violetta Wilk won Best Newcomer by an ECU researcher in The Conversation
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