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ECU’s flags will fly at half-mast today in memory of the 147 students killed at Garissa University College earlier this month.
To allow for training and development of staff, Student Central on all three campuses will be closed on Fridays between 3.30pm and 5.00pm for walk-in enquiries.
Marcela Moraes, a PhD student at Murdoch, would like to request your help in completing a questionnaire for her research which is to examine people's personal characteristics and their perception of celebrities they admire.
Please note the IT Service Desk and IT eLab Counter hours will vary over the Easter weekend and ANZAC Day period.
ECU students are eligible for a free subscription to The West Australian online. Full details inside.
From Monday 23 March, certain Student Services located in Building 18 will move to Ngoolark (Building 34) on the Joondalup Campus.
Jordan Foster, a Masters student from the School of Psychology and Social Science, is conducting research to try and better understand the impact that bullying can have on us as adults. The results of this research may help better support people who have been victims of bullying.
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ECU is partnering with The West Australian to offer 1500 students a free subscription to the newspaper's digital edition.
Feeling overwhelmed, stuck on a study question or not sure where to even start?
The Vice-Chancellor's Student Advisory Forum (VCSAF) has been established to provide students with the opportunity to discuss issues directly with the Vice-Chancellor and the senior leadership team of the University.
This may be your last chance to apply for an ECU scholarship this semester.
Researchers from the School of Psychology and Speech Pathology at Curtin University are conducting a new clinical trial for the treatment of non-suicidal self-injury (self-harm) in young adults aged 18-24, with treatment groups to commence in April 2015.