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.
Indigenous staff and students gathered at Mount Lawley Campus for a ‘yarning session’ on how to connect and support members of the Indigenous ECU community.
Registrations are now open for the ECU December to January school holiday program.
Congratulations to ECU’s Mo Bros and Mo Sistas, who raised almost $2,000 by growing moustaches throughout November.
Did you know that most people wear 20 per cent of their wardrobe 80 per cent of the time, with thousands of dollars wasted on clothes that hardly ever worn? Staff can find out more at a lunchtime wellness info session at ECU Mt Lawley this Monday.
Becoming melanoma aware can save lives. Free info sessions for staff are being held next week with ECU’s leading skin cancer researcher Associate Professor Mel Ziman. You’ll also find out more about ECU’s latest research – development of a blood test for Melanoma.
To improve ECU’s risk profile, audit controls and processes, the University is continuing to reduce cash handling on campus. From 1 January 2012, the Student Services Centre (SSC) will only be accepting payment for services by electronic means. As a result, cash will no longer be transacted at Student Central locations.
Student Services staff have been revelling in their own success over recent months with staff gaining national accreditation for their customers service skills and the centre notching up its 100,000th caller of the year.
ECU’s Office of Research and Innovation is providing staff with opportunities for sequestered writing time to produce publications and finish theses.
Applications are now being invited for 2012 The Vice-Chancellor's Learning and Teaching (VC L&T) Awards. The VC T&L Awards are intended to encourage, recognise and reward excellence and achievement in all forms of teaching; and in innovations, initiatives and services that contribute in diverse ways to student learning. They are the first (essential) step to apply for a DEEWR Teaching and Learning Award (previously ALTC Awards). There are three categories of VC T&L awards:
Come and celebrate the end of another year and engage in stimulating discussion with colleagues over and drinks and canapés.
Men have lower rates of depression than women, but men often don't seek help, or use alcohol or drugs to try to make themselves feel better.
As part of the expansion of the recycling program at ECU, 120 litre E-Waste bins will be positioned in a number of buildings on Joondalup and Mount Lawley Campuses for the collection of electronic-waste.
As part of our partnership with the Perth International Arts Festival, we are delighted to offer ECU staff the opportunity to purchase tickets to Festival events at discounted prices.