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Here’s how we can better measure the success of our uni graduates

Friday, 24 May 2019

University graduates should be able to choose their own measures of success in job outcome surveys, rather than the current measure of full-time employment, new ECU research has found by Associate Professor Denise Jackson.

Are Screens Killing Kids' Imaginations?

Thursday, 16 May 2019

Physical, free-form play is being sidelined for screen time. But research suggests we could be permanently damaging children’s ability to imagine. So what happens when we leave kids to their own devices? Dr Sean Goltz writes for Matters Journal.

5 tips on how to be a good mentor to someone twice your age

Wednesday, 08 May 2019

Changes in the modern workplace suggest we will increasingly see more circumstances in which mentors may be younger – sometimes much younger – than their mentees. Dr Julie Nyanjom explores this in The Conversation.

School sponsorship goes beyond the football field

Wednesday, 08 May 2019 Schools > Business and Law > News and events > News > 2019 > 05

The School of Business and Law is committed to engaging with the local and wider community through meaningful and sustainable partnerships, including a recent sponsorship of the ECU Joondalup Soccer Club.

Work placement students benefit from West Coast Eagles partnership

Friday, 03 May 2019 Schools > Business and Law > News and events > News > 2019 > 05

ECU’s sponsorship-based partnerships with industry leaders, such as the West Coast Eagles, offer our students unique experiences to go behind the scenes and see what career opportunities may be available to them upon graduation.

BBC News: Sri Lanka Attacks

Monday, 29 April 2019

Dr Mostafa Naser spoke to BBC TV News about the recent recent gun battle in Sri Lanka and the aftermath of the suicide attacks.

Australian Institute of Project Management Panel

Monday, 29 April 2019 Schools > Business and Law > News and events > News > 2019 > 04

Students recently had the opportunity to gain an understanding of the challenges faced in the corporate landscape in the area of project management with a range of experts from the Australian Institute of Project Management.

Dr Mostafa Naser talks to BBC radio5 about bombings in Sri Lanka

Tuesday, 23 April 2019

Dr Mostafa Naser talks to BBC radio5 journalist Dotun Adebayo about the recent bombings in Sri Lanka.

Edmund Goh appointed as TEQSA external expert

Thursday, 18 April 2019 Schools > Business and Law > News and events > News > 2019 > 04

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 Schools > Business and Law > News and events > News > 2019 > 04

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 Schools > Business and Law > News and events > News > 2019 > 04

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.

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