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A symposium at Perth Zoo supported by CREATEC is addressing the relevance of big data to aspects of social and cultural life.
A team from ECU Sports will ride a stationary bike for 30 hours to raise money for the charity Youth Focus and staff are invited to ride alongside them.
ECU’s flags will fly at half-mast today in memory of the 147 students killed at Garissa University College earlier this month.
This not-to-be-missed event will feature a procession through the Joondalup Campus and formal welcoming of Professor Steve Chapman to ECU. Registrations are now open.
ECU recently joined with the Center for Medical Simulation’s Harvard Medical School and The Department of Health to deliver the instructor training course ‘Simulation as a Teaching Tool’.
IT Services is pleased to announce two new services which are now available for use on computers, tablets and phones.
Mounting evidence that the current centre of Christian faith is neither in North America nor in Europe, but in Africa, Latin America, Asia and the Pacific is the focus of a new book.
Phillip Draber, Director of ECU’s Risk and Assurance Services Centre, has been appointed to a role with the global body responsible for the internal audit profession, recognising ECU’s commitment to good governance.
ECU students have got the message about using active transport to travel to ECU’s metropolitan campuses, with more than half taking the bus, train, cycling or walking. But staff are increasingly relying on the car.
ECU staff received practical strategies this week about how to create a healthy workplace culture.
The New Year is now well and truly underway and it is a great pleasure to be able to welcome back staff and students to what will be an exciting year in the evolution of ECU.
Purchasing new printers or the replacement of existing printers has now been suspended until ECU’s new printer supplier comes on board.
Some staff from the Student Services Centre (SSC) have relocated into Ngoolark (Building 34) on the Joondalup Campus. Student Central (enrolment queries, cashier etc), however, will remain in B18 until mid-March.
Please take note where the teams have relocated in order to accurately advise students and staff.