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Welcome to our new Graduate Researchers

Friday, 15 March 2019 Research > For Research Students > News > For Research students > 2019 > 02

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 2019

Monday, 11 February 2019 Research > For Research Students > News > For Research students > 2019 > 02

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.

iPREP Industry collaboration programs helps PhD candidates to become employment ready

Thursday, 20 December 2018 Research > For Research Students > News > For Research students > 2018 > 12

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.

Research questions self-harm as cry for help

Monday, 29 January 2018

A new review finds that most people who self-harm do it to relieve emotional distress.

Magdalena Prize for Feminist Research 2017 - Call for applications

Wednesday, 29 November 2017 Research > For Research Students > News > For Research students > 2017 > 12

The Magdalena Prize for Feminist Research has been established to recognise excellence in students who have undertaken feminist PhD research at Edith Cowan University. The prize of $1500 will be awarded to the student determined by the Selection Committee to have submitted the best feminist PhD thesis in a given time period.

GET TO WALK!

Wednesday, 15 November 2017 Research > For Research Students > News > For Research students > 2016 > 05

Tina Askam explores how walking instead of sitting increases productivity, creative thinking and ideation amongst many other health benefits.

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