The ECU Strategic Procurement team was awarded the ‘Most Improved Procurement Operation’ at the prestigious Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply Australasia Awards 2017.
Staff are invited to attend the Vice-Chancellor's Distinguished Oration 2017 and hear from Professor Linda Merrick, Principal of the Royal Northern College of Music who will outline how in an uncertain world, performing arts matters now more than ever before.
ECU’s new contract management system has been rolled out by FBSC and ITSC and is now live and available for use across the University.
The Edith Cowan Athena SWAN Advancement Scheme continues to celebrate and recognise the contributions and achievements of staff of all genders through supporting those with parenting or caring roles facing career disadvantage or are gender equality exemplars for the University.
ECU has been named at 96 in the Times Higher Education’s (THE) Asia Pacific University Rankings for 2017, the first time THE rankings have been published for the region.
We’ve already shared the cost of 50 high-security bike locks with ECU staff and students and now we have 50 more locks to keep your bike safe on campus.
Did you know Australians use around 100 kilograms of plastic packaging per household each year? Choose to refuse single use plastic this July by signing up for the Plastic Free July challenge.
ECU is celebrating 2017 NAIDOC Week with a variety of events including flag raising ceremonies, short film screenings and the Celebration of Indigenous Art and Culture Exhibition.
Media coverage increases citations, can build research partnerships and helps in grant applications. Improve your research communication at this free media training workshop in July.
Racing drones, robotics and wearable tech will be part of awesome, high tech shool holiday courses running at ECU’s Joondalup and South West Campuses this July.
Do you want to reach a greater number of people with your research? Can you help inform public debate on your area of expertise? Join your ECU colleagues in writing for The Conversation.
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