The IT Services Centre is pleased to announce the introduction of several new online forms in the IT Services Kiosk.
Staff are invited to attend a special screening of Rise of the Eco-Warriors, followed by a Q & A session afterwards with WA Screen Academy Director Dr Cathy Henkel, who wrote and directed the film.
Four ECU staff recently competed in the City of Wanneroo's annual charity golf day. The event raised $41,000 for school pastoral care programs in the City of Wanneroo.
ECU Chief Financial Officer Brad Francis has been appointed a Fellow of CPA Australia.
Records and Archives Management Service (RAMS) can assist you in identifying official records that need to be retained, and those that can be disposed of prior to your move.
From 2015 all printing, courier and mail services at ECU will be delivered by one provider, resulting in reduced costs, less wastage and improved service.
In May this year the previous Vice-Chancellor, Professor Kerry Cox, wrote to you about the Federal Government’s proposed new higher education policy settings. I am writing today to update you on this issue.
Members of the ECU community played an important role after a serious car crash at the entrance to the Joondalup Campus recently.
Are you new to the University and seeking help from the Facilities and Services Centre but not sure who to contact? Staff and students can now call extension 5554 or email FSC@ecu.edu.au for help with a query.
The School of Communications and Arts (SCA) and the Faculty of Business and Law (FBL) have collaborated to help boost the Faculty’s profile in the media through a four-day training program.
IT Services Security Analyst, Munashe Kandawasvika is in the top 10 per cent in the world.
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.