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Latest school news

Master Class in Chromatography for Year 11 Chemistry ATAR students

Chemistry Researchers and Academics from the ECU School of Science gave a master class in all things Chromatography to 50 Year 11 ATAR Chemistry student and their accompanying teachers.

Super Sunday in the ECU Science SuperLabs!

The ECU School of Science were excited to open its doors and showcase their world class facilities and introduce their inspiring staff, researchers, and students, as part of the ECU Joondalup Open Day.

Girls Programming Network – girls teaching girls coding next workshop Term 2 event May 8th

ECU’s School of Science would like to invite high school aged girls from Years 7 -12 to come along and code alongside ECU students, alumni and industry partners who are there to guide you through the programming workshops. The tutors will share experiences and discuss STEM career opportunities with you. Join us and meet some other fabulous girls interested in computing, IT, and coding.

GPN girls create their own version of Flappy Bird

Local female high school girls spent the day at ECU School of Science for a day of coding with a them of creative game design.

ECU students visit ES2 Cyber Security company

ECU alumni students invite undergraduates to a career’s information evening at their workplace.

Monday March 8th ECU, Athena SWAN and the School of Science celebrated International Women’s Day

High school students north and south of the river were invited to attend our inaugural ‘Women using Technology – courses, careers and connections’ conference #ECU in the city.

Latest university news

ECU Joondalup unveils new-look Library

ECU has unveiled its newly refurbished Library at its Joondalup Campus. The Library has been redesigned to create a seamless student experience that brings library, learning support and career services together in one place.

Nominations for the 2021 WA Education Awards are now open

Do you know a public school teacher, leader or school support staff member who is making a difference in the lives of students? Nominations for the 2021 WA Education Awards are now open.

Edith Cowan University’s School of Education is a proud sponsor of the WA Beginning Teacher of the Year category in this year’s awards.

How a thriving WA economy could put workplace safety at risk

New Edith Cowan University research has revealed that economic growth in Western Australia could result in more workplace injuries.

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