Students wanted for paid cyber security work over the summer!
This club is perfect for students exploring a career in programming and development. So come and explore the popular programming language C#, be inspired by creative innovation, and design various games and mini-projects.
ECU’s School of Science is hosting four workshops for parents, teachers and adults who want to commence their coding journey.
Evidence is now emerging that birds of prey are falling victim to rodenticides in Australia.
More than 350 Year 9-11 students visited ECU over three days to take part in interactive Labs.
More than 1400 Year 12 students attended free ATAR exam revision sessions last week at ECU Joondalup and Bunbury campuses.
ECU's Centre for Marine Ecosystems Research (CMER) PhD students feature articles on their research.
A Busselton High School had the opportunity to learn more hands on activities by ECU staff and students.
School of Science staff and students enthral visitors at the annual Perth Science Festival for National Science Week.
Master of Science student Candice Le Roux gave three presentations about her research on Carnaby’s cockatoos at the recent SkillsWest Expo.
Presentation: 18 September 2017, 1:00pm, light refreshments provided by the Center for Ecosystem Management.
The School of Science had a great turn out from newly commencing and current students and staff.
ECU School of Science ATHENA Swan grant award takes students for an afternoon at Google and tutoring at The Girls Programming network in Sydney
ECU's Computing and Security Science discipline was invited to participate in Wanneroo Senior High School's Science Fair.
The official launch was held on Saturday, 19 August 2017 at ECU Joondalup Campus.
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