In light of COVID-19, applications for the $5000 Aspire Awards Program have been extended to 30 June 2020.
With many staff continuing to work from home, we’re featuring a selection of your feedback about the challenges and positives of this new way of working.
The sudden shift to a completely online workday has left many people overwhelmed and exhausted. ECU business etiquette expert Dr Nathalie Collins has some advice for managing your digital day.
University Contact Officers (UCOs) perform an important role by acting as an alternative support contact, for staff and students, on matters related to harassment, discrimination and/or victimisation.
What you’ve asked us, and told us, about ECU’s response to COVID-19 and the way forward for our University …
ECU is launching a new staff newsletter to guide us through the changed working conditions created by COVID-19.
For many of us, working and studying from home is the new normal. Here are some simple things you can do to ensure your home-work environment works for you.
Transperth announces schedule changes due to COVID-19
More than 30 academics from ECU have stepped forward to help people navigate these strange times with the aid of expert advice, evidence and facts.
ECU South West Campus Dean Lyn Farrell was officially inducted into the WA Women's Hall of Fame at a gala event held in front of hundreds of guests at Government House on International Women's Day.
Edith Cowan University (ECU) will officially launch a partnership with the WA Women’s Hall of Fame at ECU’s International Women’s Day celebration on 6 March.
Sculpture by the Sea: a much loved free to the public exhibition on Cottesloe beach featuring over 70 sculptures from around the world.
Thanks to Business Events Perth and the Aspire Program, an ECU staff member will be awarded $5,000 to attend an international conference in their field.
Thanks to ECU’s partnership with the West Coast Eagles, we have 5 x double general admission tickets to give away to staff to kick off the 2020 AFL season!
ECU researchers are part of a collaborative team that has won a $728,455 grant from the NHMRC to develop new ways of diagnosing sepsis.
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