For four nights in November, buildings around central Joondalup and ECU will light up as part of the Kaleidoscope Festival. And ECU staff and students have the chance to play an important part.
Do you know someone aged 12 to 25 years that is an inspiration to those around them? Or someone who makes a valuable contribution to the wellbeing of the community?
If you go down to the Library at ECU you are sure of a big surprise. For gathered there will be Threadbare, an intimate exhibition exploring the inner workings of cuddly companions, mostly teddy bears together with a few pandas.
Do you want to get stronger and fitter while training less?
Ever wondered why different login details are needed to sign into the Staff Kiosk?
Three new artworks of ECU’s Elders-In-Residence which celebrate this year’s national NAIDOC themeare currently on show in the Kurongkurl Katitjin Art Gallery.
ECU is seeking women aged 40 to 60 for a research study that actually requires participants to spend a fortnight doing as little exercise as possible, before being put through a 12-week personalised exercise program.
The IT Services Centre is pleased to announce that the Data Centre Transformation Project migration schedule, which has been refined in collaboration with Schools and Centres, is now available.
The Lowitja Institute Co-funded Scholarship Program has been established to develop pathways for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students to postgraduate study programs. ECU's Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet is inviting scholarship applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students.
NAIDOC Week is an opportunity for all Australians to come together to celebrate the history, culture and achievements of our Aboriginal and Torres Strait people. There are a number of events on offer at ECU for staff, students and the wider community to attend.
Edith Cowan University is flying the Pride flag to honour the victims of the Orlando tragedy and to show solidarity with the LGBTIQ+ community around the world.
Congratulations to Professor Lynne Cohen, Justice Carmel McLure and Dr Madeline Butterworth who have been recognised in the Queen’s Birthday 2016 Honour List.
With less people on campus during the exam period and it getting darker earlier, students and staff are reminded to be conscious of their personal security when at ECU.
Colleagues and students of Mrs Doreen Collyer are invited to attend the funeral service and an event to celebrate her life.
Congratulations to Australian Diamonds netball star and ECU student Caitlin Bassett who won the Sports Award at the 2016 WA Day Awards.