St John Ambulance are offering a first aid course on campus at a specially discounted rate.
In 2021 EFTPOS facilities currently located in the Student Hub will be retired with payment facilities moving to an online portal.
The School of Arts and Humanities annual graduate exhibition ArtsHum 2020 showcasing the best of graduating student work at Mount Lawley campus, will open with a launch event Thursday 26 November, from 6pm to 9pm.
Opening hours for future, current and graduating student services will change over the Christmas-New Year break.
Researchers are looking to understand the challenges and concerns faced by undergraduate students during and post-crises. Can you help?
2020 has been a challenging year for us all. But it is important to acknowledge the unique issues faced by students, including the rapid move to online learning, interruption to employment and separation from loved ones – all the while staying focused on your studies.
NAIDOC Week, usually celebrated during July, was postponed to November, the month which also hosts Perth's annual LGBTIQ+ Pride celebrations. The coinciding of these celebrations has highlighted the importance of diversity within Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and the LGBTIQ+ community.
ECU is teaming up with renowned British TV presenter and author Dr Michael Mosley to help Australians understand their risk of type 2 diabetes.
ECU's Careers and Employability team regularly run workshops and seminars to help prepare you for your future career. See what they've just added to their program.
It's NAIDOC Week, an annual celebration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, cultures, and traditions. A time to share our collective history with all Australians.
The ABS has placements for data analysts, data scientists, various ICT roles, policy officers, statistical methodology experts, data acquisition officers, HR officers, communication officers, and accounting and finance officers through their Vacation Program..
ECU's Staff and Students Honour Roll celebrates the significant achievements and awards presented to members of our University community.
It is with sadness that we acknowledge the passing of one of our longstanding and respected colleagues, Ann Beveridge.
Diversity within our university is a strength and ECU has a long-standing commitment to advancing social justice. While official pride events such as the Pride Parade have been cancelled this year, that won’t stop us from connecting with community. We have arranged several events and activities during November, and we hope you can join us to celebrate.
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. Meet some of the newest recruits.
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