Telethon Kids Institute is looking for pregnant women or healthy newborns less than 12 weeks of age for their OPTIMUM study.
Friday, 17 May is International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia, Interphobia and Transphobia.
ECU's Melanoma Research Group if hosting a morning tea on 23 May to support the Cancer Council WA.
ECU is proud to be making a difference in the local community by once again supporting the Cancer Council of Western Australia through sponsorship of the annual Relay for Life Joondalup Wanneroo event.
ECU is aware of several cases of suspected bank card fraud affecting students who attend ECU’s Mount Lawley Campus.
New device management system available in the IT Services Kiosk.
ECU extends sincere condolences to the people of Sri Lanka and to those affected by the recent tragedy.
ECU welcomed its fourth Chancellor – and first female to hold the role – at an event featuring the WA Police Pipe Band, Indigenous performers and musicians.
Commencing 7 April, road works at the intersection of Alexander Drive and Bradford Street in Mount Lawley may affect traffic.
The Student Counselling Service and Student Equity, Diversity and Disability Service at Mount Lawley Campus have moved to Building 8 as of 26 March 2019.
Several ECU staff attended the Labor Business Round Table International Women's Day event hosted by WA Premier Mark McGowan on Friday, 8 March 2019.
The new four-level School of Engineering building at ECU’s Joondalup Campus is nearing completion with staff and students already moving into some areas.
Please join our study if you work or study at ECU and have a family member who has depression.
Improved waste stations, a staff awareness campaign and a streamlined waste disposal strategy are some of the initiatives that have helped ECU achieve its highest ever recycling rate.
ECU has been a proud partner of Sculpture by the Sea, Cottesloe for three years.
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