ECU expresses its deepest sorrow for the loss of Jim Thomas, a much-loved colleague in the Human Resources team.
Members of the University Council, the Senior Executive Team and staff from across the University gathered on Tuesday, 7 December to farewell Executive Director of Governance and Planning Services and University Council Secretary, Dr Susan King.
The Australian Business Excellence Awards is Australia’s premier business award program, which celebrates and showcases exceptional business practices against internationally recognised business principles.
Physiology Lecturer, from the School of Exercise, Biomedical and Health Sciences, Dr Chris Abbiss recently joined researchers from the Australian Institute of Sport (AIS), Cycling Australia and Murdoch University to take part in a national study that analyses the performance of Australian cyclists during competition.
Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Business and Law, Dr Llandis Barratt-Pugh and Researcher Dr Sue Bahn have successfully completed a study entitled Determining the Effectiveness of Mandatory Construction Safety Awareness Training in WA, which analyses the impact of safety training on improving safety culture in construction worksites.
International Day of People with Disability (IDPwD) is an annual event celebrated on 3 December, to recognise the achievements and contributions of people with a disability.
ECU library launched a new institutional repository, Research Online this week in conjunction with the Research Week schedule of events.
Congratulations to Director of ECU’s WA Screen Academy, Mr John Rapsey, who has been nominated as a finalist in the 2010 Australian Teachers of Media (ATOM) Teacher’s Award.
ECU and the City of Wanneroo are working together to create real life learning opportunities for students with the Business iLab program.
ECU is helping to close the gap between staff and students with the 2010 Australian Learning and Teaching Council (ALTC) with six ECU staff members selected to participate in the ALTC Viral Leadership Project.
Congratulations to ECU’s Foundation Professor of Tourism, Professor Ross Dowling who was recently selected to sit on Australia’s Coral Coast Board.
Congratulations to School of Exercise, Biomedical and Health Science Student Support Officer, Vilma FitzGerald, who recently participated in the 740-kilometre Gibb River Mountain Bike Challenge, held on 22 to 29 May 2010.
Congratulations to Adjunct Associate Professor, Dr Robert Pearce, who was awarded the WA Citizen of the Year award for his dedicated service as a plastic surgeon and clinician to the community, particularly in the field of melanoma research.
Congratulations to ECU’s Senior Lecturer in the School of Education, Dr Jeremy Pagram, who was presented with the Australian Council for Computers in Education (ACCE) and Australian Computer Society (ACS) Award for Outstanding Leadership in the use of ICT in Education at a recent Melbourne conference.
Congratulations to Broadcasting and Journalism Unit Co-ordinator, David Smith, who has been selected to commentate at both the World Cup finals and the Commonwealth Games later this year.