As of Monday 18 May 2020 we will be increasing the opening hours of the Student Hub as front line staff return to working on campus.
An active bystander is someone who, when noticing a situation that concerns them, does something about it. This might be looking out for your friends, calling out your friends when they make an offensive comment towards another person, or helping someone remove themselves from an uncomfortable situation.
Journal writing is an effective way of getting to know yourself better. It’s a powerful way to gain a greater understanding of who you are, how you came to be that way and where you’re heading at any one point in your life.
A COVID-19 Update for all students from ECU Vice Chancellor Professor Steve Chapman
Join ECU and other WA Universities in recognising International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia, Intersexism and Transphobia (IDAHOBIT) with a free online webinar exploring the importance of LGBTIQ inclusive curriculum in our Universities.
Rape culture is used to describe an environmental where sexual violence is normalised and excused. It can be perpetrated through the media and pop-culture by use of misogynistic language and jokes, the objectification of women’s bodies and the glamorisation of violence.
Insomnia, or not getting a good night's sleep, can have a major impact on your ability to concentrate and study well. What are some tricks to make sure you start each day well rested and refreshed?
At ECU, we know that anyone can experience domestic or family violence and that this will inevitably impact on our own staff and students.
If you’re a student or job-seeker with a disability and would like to advance your career opportunities, the Positive Action in Career Engagement (PACE) program will be of interest.
Making the most of your LinkedIn profile can be an easy way to stand out to recruiters, and a great first step you can take while you’re still a student – once your account is set up keeping it up-to-date as you progress through your carer is a simple task.
Tuesday 5 May marks the seventh annual celebration of #UniMentalHealthDay across Australia and New Zealand.
Employers look for more than just your education when they hire you. Understanding transferrable skills and clever upskilling can be a great way to make sure you stand out among other candidates.
Sexual assault is a criminal offence. It can cover many types of sexual behaviour that are considered unwanted or forced. This includes indecent assault, rape and sexual harassment.
The COVID-19 outbreak has been an opportunity for some of us to spend our time baking and cooking ellaborate meals, but if you've never been much of a cook you might be asking what do you do with all these chickpeas?
At ECU's Academic Skills Centre, Learning Advisers support the development of your academic skills, setting you up for success in your studies.
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