Friends and colleagues gathered at ECU’s Joondalup Campus to farewell the University’s long-standing Vice-President (Corporate), Mr Warren Snell, who retires this year.
Manager of International Admission, Simon Davies Burrows, received international recognition last week at the Australian International Education Conference (AIEC).
Occupational Therapy lecturers, Lois Moir and Dr Janet Richmond, recently spent two-weeks in Vanuatu providing hands on therapy to children and young adults as well as working with parents and volunteers to develop their skills in enabling people with special needs.
Curriculum 2012 and Beyond: Enabling the learning journey, aims to improve the university experience for students and create a student focused environment.
The new staff room on the Mount Lawley Campus will be open for use on Wednesday 20 July 2011.
In releasing theAudit Results – Annual Assurance Audits, the Auditor General of Western Australia has recognised ECU as an institute of best practice.
Last year ECU launched the ‘The Road is Open’ communications campaign: a campaign aimed at positioning ECU as a university that is accessible, supportive, engaging and relevant to today’s students.
ECU has commissioned local artists Audrey and Arif Sater to create a series of interpretative artworks celebrating the buildings and campus life of the previous ECU Churchlands Campus.
The Facilities and Services Centre is pleased to announce that the new Australian-made Camry Hybrid has officially joined the ECU pool fleet at both Joondalup and Mount Lawley campuses.
The Office of Research and Innovation (ORI) is pleased to announce that the ECU Research Management System (RMS) has now been launched across all faculties, schools and research centres, marking an exciting milestone and key enabler towards achieving the vision for Research Excellence at ECU.
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