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Ready, set, On My Feet! Academics run and walk to raise funds for Homeless Week

Thursday, 13 August 2020 Schools > Business and Law > News and events > News > 2020 > 08

Lecturer Dr Stephanie Meek, has been actively involved with the organisation On My Feet for many years. On My Feet assists those at risk or dealing with homelessness by providing exercise groups and structured programs which are aimed at creating pathways to self-sufficiency and improved wellbeing.

Victorians urged not to panic buy as supermarkets get extra time to meet Covid staffing levels

Monday, 10 August 2020

Amid concerns about possible food shortages, providers of essential products will have another three days to prepare. Dr Flavio Macau featured in The Guardian.

STUDENT BLOG: Emma Fishburn's Internship from Bunbury to the USA

Monday, 10 August 2020 Schools > Business and Law > News and events > News > 2020 > 08

As part of their course, our students undertake work integrated learning placements. One student based in the South West, Emma Fishburn was recently given the opportunity to undertake hers virtually with a company in the USA.

Business students working with industry in Californian internships

Monday, 10 August 2020 Schools > Business and Law > News and events > News > 2020 > 08

ECU's School of Business and Law students have been working with organisations over in the USA on marketing, project management and events internships.

Food for thought: Why Victorians won’t go hungry during lockdown

Monday, 10 August 2020

Victorians will still have enough food to eat even as Stage 4 restrictions threaten to squeeze the state’s supply chain, experts say. Dr Flavio Macau featured in The NewDaily.

9 ways to help kick-start your child’s career

Friday, 07 August 2020

Declining youth employment rates due to COVID-19 mean sound career advice has never been more important. But for parents, who are key career influencers, giving the right guidance can be daunting. Associate Professor Denise Jackson explains what employers are looking for and why.

STUDENT BLOG: Maricel Gomez and the Practera Global Trade Accelerator Digital Industry Project

Thursday, 06 August 2020 Schools > Business and Law > News and events > News > 2020 > 08

ECU students were recently offered the opportunity to participate in the Practera - Global Trade Accelerator Digital Industry Project. Master of Professional Account student Maricel Gomez took part in the program and wrote about her experience.

What Victoria’s abattoir rules mean for the supply and price of meat

Wednesday, 05 August 2020

What Victoria’s abattoir rules mean for the supply and price of meat. Dr Flavio Macau and Associate Professor Ferry Jie writes for The Conversation.

ECU Joondalup opens pro bono tax clinic

Monday, 03 August 2020

WA’S second pro bono ‘tax clinic’ opens at ECU Joondalup in August, spearheaded by former ATO Assistant Commissioner of taxation Tim Roach. Article featured in Perth Now

Perth travel vloggers Stephen and Jess Parry-Valentine of Flying the Nest set up home base

Monday, 03 August 2020

They may be stuck at home due to border closures, but the timing couldn’t have been better for travel vloggers and a former ECU, School of Business and Law graduate Stephen and Jess Parry-Valentine.

New ECU Tax Clinic delivers free advice

Monday, 03 August 2020

Former ATO Assistant Commissioner of Taxation Tim Roach is spearheading WA’s second ‘Tax Clinic’, a service delivering pro bono tax assistance for Perth residents who don’t have a tax agent.

The PRME Committee knits clothing to keep heads, hands and hearts warm in Perth this winter

Friday, 31 July 2020 Schools > Business and Law > News and events > News > 2020 > 07

The PRME and Sustainability Committee recognised a great opportunity to offer support to the local community through knitting clothing to homeless people in Perth.

Law student and Landgate Survey Map recipient Stuart Caporn generously donates award to motivate fellow law students

Thursday, 30 July 2020 Schools > Business and Law > News and events > News > 2020 > 07

A magnificent artefact proudly adorns the entrance of the corridor of the law discipline in School of Business and Law, a framed survey map of Western Australia from the Landgate Archives valued at $1,500.

Call for Peel to become geo tourism region.

Monday, 27 July 2020

Call for Peel to become geo tourism region. Professor Ross Dowling featured in Mandurah Mail.

First Business Research Flashlight event for 2020 a flexible arrangement between on-campus and online

Tuesday, 21 July 2020 Schools > Business and Law > News and events > News > 2020 > 07

On 8 July 2020, the first Business Research Flashlight for 2020 was held.

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