This year three master by research and four PhD candidates took part in ECU’s final of the Three Minute Thesis (3MT®) competition which was run as part of the annual Research Week celebrations.
The Magdalena Prize for Feminist Research recognises excellence in students who have undertaken feminist PhD research at Edith Cowan University.
ECU’s Graduate Research School and Office of Research and Innovation extend congratulations to the winners of the Your Research In A Nutshell competition.
This year Research Week is paying tribute to research staff and students through the 'Faces of ECU Research ' exhibition.
Join us for all the excitement of this competition for early career and longer term researchers as they present their recent research in a timed presentation.
Research Week is getting close! The program of events at the Mount Lawley Campus will have a strong focus on the Arts and Creative Research, with presentations, posters and performances.
You are invited to join us in celebrating the groundbreaking research happening at ECU during our annual Research Week.
ECU's doctoral and master by research students have just three minutes to explain their research as they compete for prizes as part of ECU’s Three Minute Thesis (3MT®) competition.
Soseh Yekanians’ deeply personal story, inspired by her own experiences growing up as a culturally displaced child in Australia, will be told through a new performance work at ECU’s Spectrum Project Space.
InSPiRE conference for postgraduate researchers includes themed days from each of the five WA universities. ECU's theme is "Presenting your research with confidence'.
SCA PhD student can now add another string to her bow with novel, “The Historian’s Daughter”, shortlisted for the Dundee International Book Prize.
InSPiRE is a week-long postgraduate conference-style event bringing together all five Western Australian Universities and hundreds of postgraduate students.
While working as a teacher Sarah Booth was disappointed with how many schools taught Aboriginal History, so she decided to go back to university to do something about it.
An artist-in-residency project is calling for members of the public to contribute their own ideas about asylum seeker detention.