HDR student, Ms Caitlyn O’Dea, working with Government and community to improve management of South West wetland.
Term 1 saw a large attendance with over 50 girls learning about cryptography and listening to a grandmother sharing her experience with Bletchley Park codebreakers.
The Get Connected Careers Fair was a great success! Over 100 industry reps and 150 of our students networking and discussing career and graduate opportunities
Seagrass health at Geographe Bay, WA is on the up and up
Practical skills course ensures marine researchers are well prepared to combat crisis in the field.
Work Integrated Learning (WIL) placement opportunities open for Masters of Environmental Science students.
Centre for Marine Ecosystems Research hosts Jean Ibagnes on an internship
Advancing the role of women in IT: Girls teaching girls coding. Registrations now open!
High School students immersed themselves in an interactive showcase of sciences, delivered by ECU lecturers, researchers and student ambassadors.
40 regional high school students have successfully graduated from the first ConocoPhillips Science Experience, South West.
The Centre for Marine Ecosystems Research (CMER) is hosting three international visitors from November
On November 5 and 6, a Forum was held in Nadi, Fiji, to discuss Planetary Health, involving people from around the global region of Oceania.
Congratulations to Dr Michelle Ellis, who as an advocate of the Athena SWAN charter, was one of recipients of WiTWA ’20 in 20’ awards.
Seeking a PhD candidate to undertake research in Digital Agriculture.
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