Congratulations to School of Arts and Humanities staff member, Donna Mazza who has been shortlisted for a major national story prize.
AIME provides a program that gives Indigenous high school students the skills, opportunities, belief and confidence to finish school at the same rate as their peers.
ECU Sprint Team take out 3rd place in the CEO Sprint.
Two students from the South West (Bunbury) Campus have received the Dorothea Swift Nursing Scholarship.
South West Art Now presents new works by 60 artists who live and work in the region
Successful launch of the Bachelor of Health Science on ECU South West campus
Students and Staff joined the South West Cosplay Community for “Cosplay Day” and took part in Muscular Dystrophy Australia’s “National Superhero Week”.
The final event in the series of Community Conversations presented by Juilian Burnside AO QC.
The student common room was transformed into a party like atmosphere that attracted about 120 people.
Students and Staff lined up to try some king cake, southern style grilled corn and Elvis toasted sandwiches.
Student enjoyed fantastic performances and delicious kangaroo stew and damper.
New and returning students were treated to a warming welcome to semester lunch.
Twelve Education students of the South West campus of ECU put there hands up to train and then to compete.
Dr Donna Mazza's work investigates how science changes our lives and how we are challenging the integrity of nature.
Please join us for Professor Trisha Reeves Lecture on 22nd June.
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