ECU welcomes the School Locker to our Joondalup and Mount Lawley campuses as our new bookshop.
Following the success of live student Q&A sessions hosted by Professor Angela Hill, ECU’s Human Resources Services Centre (HRSC) team explored Microsoft Teams to continue with planned staff engagement and consultation.
With Western Australia’s COVID-19 restrictions continuing to be progressively relaxed, it’s important to stay aware of what precautions you still need to take. Below are some reminders as well as information about what support is available for vulnerable students heading into Semester Two, 2020.
An Australian Research Council Discovery Project team from the University of South Australia (UniSA) is calling all university employees to participate in a four-year national project on the impact of digital communication and technological change in Australia’s public universities.
Dr Norman Swan’s fascinating Research and Development Lecture delivered nearly 30 years ago remains as relevant as ever.
ECU’s standard parking rules will return to normal across all campuses from Monday, 20 July 2020.
As national parks and trails across Australia spring back to life post-pandemic, new research from ECU has revealed the risky behaviour of visitors is placing their safety in danger.
ECU's Staff and Students Honour Roll celebrates the significant achievements and awards presented to members of our University community.
Research is all about answering the important questions in our lives. How can we live longer? How can we manage childhood anxiety? And perhaps most importantly, when’s the toilet paper coming back?
Volunteers needed for ECU research - improve your gut and mental health, and sleep.
Upgrades to the bus shelter will see the bus stop outside of the Mount Lawley campus be unavailable for several weeks in early July.
ECU extends a big thank you and farewell to Jess, our School of Medical and Health Sciences’ paramedicine wellness support dog, who has now retired from her services at ECU.
It’s always important to protect ourselves against winter colds and flu, but especially so during COVID-19. ECU Manager – Student Health, Dr Robert Chandler, has these tips for preventing the transmission of winter lurgies.
As we approach the last week of what has been an extraordinary semester, the most challenging one for ECU, and every university globally, I want to thank each and every one of you for the part you have played in getting us to this point.
ECU will circumvent the pandemic by opening its doors to the world through a Global Virtual Open Day, which kicks off today.
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