Have you got an interesting idea or research finding to share with the world? TedxPerth is now seeking speaker submissions for this year's event in October.
Where possible, ECU staff should leave a name and direct telephone number when making calls to mobile phones.
ECU is seeking enthusiastic second, third and fourth year students to take part as mentors in ECU's Peer Mentoring Program for semester 2, 2014.
Friends and colleagues of Susan Teather will be saddened to hear that she died, far too young, on Saturday 21 June.
The University has introduced a single complaints web page where all aspects relating to student, staff and community complaints can be easily accessed.
Enjoy a free coffee and learn more about the new ECU Staff Giving program at these upcoming events across ECU campuses.
An unscheduled power outage has led to the South West Campus being closed for the remainder of today (Monday, 12 May 2014). All classes have been cancelled.
Staff are encouraged to make their students aware of new health information now available on the Student Portal.
Once again, ECU steps forward to support the local community.
The IT Services Centre is phasing out all of the paper forms used to order IT services by 28th March 2014.
Congratulations to Professor Di Twigg, who successfully completed the Rottnest Channel Swim solo.
ECU will be celebrating Employability Week from 17 - 21 March with events and activities to inspire your students and prepare them for the world of graduate employment.
ITSC maintains a number of counters to deliver over-the-counter support relating to the printing and computer facilities for both students and staff. As of the beginning of semester, the counter support coverage will be operating under modified hours.
The IT Services Centre is pleased to introduce the IT Services Kiosk, designed to make access to IT services easier for all ECU staff. What is the IT Services Kiosk?
Degrees Brewery has produced a Weizenbock just in time for Christmas. Weizenbock, or Wheat Bock is a German style beer that dates back to the 14th century. It is a relatively strong beer traditionally brewed for religious festivals such as Christmas and Easter. At 6.8% alcohol, this beer should be savoured at a relaxed pace