SCRAM is an interactive mediation competition, which develops conflict resolution skills for students in Year 9 and Year 10.
The AsianSIL is a region-wide forum for interaction among scholars and practitioners of public and private international law either based in or interested in Asia.
Winning the Australian Award for University Teaching: Citation for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning
The event was a rare opportunity to listen to current views about the expectations required of project managers, the experience that project managers need to have and the different industries employing project managers today.
Article by Kerry Brown and Dorothy Wardale, in The Conversation.
Professor Stephen Teo featured on ABC Radio Perth.
The voyage will take place on the 8-14th December where you’ll have the chance to sail from Fremantle down to Bunbury.
Warren had the opportunity to meet MBA students from universities around Australia and network with guest speakers.
Professor Kerry Brown talks to The West Australian about Bunbury becoming an education hub.
Professor Stephen Teo contributes to article in The West Australian.
Professor Sam Huang featured in The West Australian.
One of only three MBA students from ECU accepted into the program, Anna is currently thriving on meeting likeminded people from a variety of backgrounds.
The School of Business and Law’s Research Office held its fourth ECU Business Flashlight on Friday 28 July.
Working with social workers in the area, the students started putting their in-class project into action, and funds raised at each event were available to the victims almost immediately.
The top international mediation prize is highly competitive, with teams from all over Asia competing for the top award.
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