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Professor Steve Chapman and Gail Berman

Vice-Chancellor’s Staff Excellence Awards 2022

On Friday, 18 November 2022, ECU held the 2022 Vice-Chancellor's Staff Excellence Awards ceremony.

Dr Mandie Shean at the School of Education, Edith Cowan University

Why do kids bully? And what can parents do about it?

Bullying is unfortunately a common problem in Australian schools, with surveys suggesting one in five teenagers are bullied.

Associate Professor, Associate Dean (Research) - Nicola Johnson

Children need to be cyber secure

It’s not enough to be cyber safe, children need to be cyber secure.

SIDTG tours HMAS ANZAC

ECU Simulation and Immersive Digital Technology group explores Navy training possibilities

Recently the Simulation and Immersive Digital Technology group (SIDTG) had the pleasure of visiting the new Centre for Innovation at HMAS Stirling in Western Australia to meet with Chris Little and his team . Chris leads the Capability Acquisition and Sustainment Group on Garden Island.

Young girl holding her soapy hands up to the camera.

‘Little Aussie Bugs’ to teach children how to be healthy

After a successful trial, every WA day care centre will have a series of fun kids books to help foster healthy habits in youngsters.

Current events

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ECU researcher wins prestigious grant by applying Artificial Intelligence to the medical world

Dr Zulqarnain Gilani is one of a select group of academics to receive a Raine Priming Grant - but has also been singled out among the cohort for a prestigious individual acknowledgement.

Hundreds of WA primary students celebrate their university graduation

Hundreds of WA students aged between seven and 14 have farewelled the final semester of university, graduating from The Children’s University of WA at special ceremonies held across Perth and Albany.

Curious Kids: What would happen if all animals on Earth were herbivores?

It’s natural to wonder if all animals, including humans, should be herbivores – in other words, only eat plants.
To answer this question, we first need to understand a little about animals, and herbivores.

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