All HDR students are again invited to fill out an annual In-progress Research Experience Questionnaire (IPREQ). The survey evaluates your needs and monitors the overall postgraduate experience at ECU and is an important part of ECU’s continual improvement process for research training and resources.
Quantitative Adviser (Graduate Research School) & Associate Professor (Centre for Marine Ecosystems Research, School of Science), Chandra P. Salgado Kent, explores "Hot Topics" in Quantitative Research.
Ahead of Thursday's National FameLab vote, listen to WA's Famelab Semi-Finalist Dr Emily Brogan from ECU's School of Medical and Health Sciences as she spoke on RTRFM last week.
The upcoming Easter long weekend provides an ideal opportunity for PhD Students (and their Supervisors) to take a break, recharge their batteries and create space to prioritise their health and well-being
A message from Professor Caroline Finch AO, Deputy Vice Chancellor (Research) to ECU Higher Degree by Research Students regarding COVID-19.
All HDR students are invited to fill out the new In-progress Research Experience Questionnaire (IPREQ), which evaluates the needs of HDR students and monitors the overall postgraduate experience at ECU.
This September 10 students will compete to be crowned as the ECU 3MT champion. Discover the research being conducted by ECU’s Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) and Master by Research students at the ECU 2019 Three Minute Thesis Competition (3MT) final.
Discover the research being conducted by ECU’s Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) and Master by Research students at the ECU 2019 Three Minute Thesis Competition (3MT). Twenty students will battle to get through to the final, where ten students will compete to be crowned as the ECU 3MT champion.
Dr Neil Ferguson, Research Adviser (Qualitative), Graduate Research School, looks at where to start when researchers are asked to "choose a theory".
Dr Chandra P. Salgado, Associate Professor, Centre for Marine Ecosystems Research, School of Science, shares her approach to obtaining a Masters or PhD by following a recipe for success.
Graduate research, the search for new knowledge and the impact it has on community, industry and Government sits at the very centre of ECU’s priorities. So, we greatly value our ECU research candidates and provide the best possible supervision and support to make your experience as rewarding and enjoyable as possible.
FameLab is an opportunity for up-and-coming scientists to inspire people to see the world from a new perspective - in three minutes. Participants must win over a judging panel and live audience with a scientific talk judged on content, clarity and charisma.
The iPREP program was established to help PhD graduates improve their chances of employability through a six week industry placement incorporating a research project with real outcomes.
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