ECU joined Aboriginal workforce practitioners from across key Western Australian public sector agencies and universities at the Djilba Katitjin – Aboriginal Workforce Development Conference in August.
Have you ever wondered what happens to all of the recycling waste we collect at ECU?
ECU recognised Equal Pay Day, an initiative of the Workplace Gender and Equality Agency highlighting the gender pay gap in Australia.
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.
Women with pre-diabetes or who have been recently diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes are needed for a study that will investigate whether a diet high in a fibre called resistant starch can improve blood glucose levels.
If you are an Australian Citizen or Permanent Resident and consider yourself as bicultural, you are invited to participate in this study being conducted within the School of Arts and Humanities at Edith Cowan University.
The Joondalup Campus Co-op Bookshop is now located in Building 9, Room 207.
ECU Council held its biennial Retreat in Bunbury late last month to review aspects of the Strategic Plan and to discuss contemporary governance issues.
Joanne Dickson's latest research has really resonated with a global audience of overthinkers.
Participants are needed for a study that tests how well the brain communicates with muscles to generate force.
Car parks on the Joondalup Campus will undergo works over the coming weeks. Find out how this will affect you.
We are simplifying the way you log on to the ECU wireless connection and giving you access to WiFi in even more locations.
The Perth Convention Bureau Aspire Program concluded this year with the Aspire Awards Ceremony on 12 June at the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre. This year’s winner from ECU was Mr Frankie Lo Surdo, WAAPA lecturer.
School holiday workshops are being offered by the School of Enngineering in collaboration with Fire Tech.
Volunteers are needed for a research project examining two innovative non-invasive techniques which measure physiological amplification powers of spinal motor neurones.
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