If you’re graduating in January, there’s some important information you need to know.
If your results were not what you expected, ECU staff are available from Wednesday, 30 December to give you advice.
From Friday, 25 December to Thursday, 7 January ECU will be operating essential services only.
ECU Mo Bros and Mo Sistas raised an amazing $6,346.87 by growing moustaches for Movember.
Congratulations to the 36 ECU students who competed at the recent Indian Rim Asian University Games.
Associate Professor Terry de Jong, Mrs Patricia Kershaw, Dr Lesley Newhouse-Maiden and Dr Bill Leadbetter from the School of Education have been recognised with an Outstanding Service Award for their significant contributions in advancing the work of the Middle Schooling Association of Western Australia (MSAWA).
ECU graduate Ceinwen Langley has won a place in the AWG FREMANTLEMEDIA Scriptwriter Training Initiative.
ECU’s SECAU Security Research Centre has been announced as one of the first Australian Computer Society (ACS) Centres of Excellence.
Professor Lelia Green, of ECU’s School of Communications and Arts, is the co-author of a new report that addresses some of the issues being discussed it the public domain...
Read about some of the interesting things happening at ECU in the new magazine, Engage.
A short film featuring a number of WAAPA’s Aboriginal Theatre students, has been screened as part of the international Winnipeg Aboriginal Film Festival in Canada.
ECU Masters of Education student Jennifer Shipley has won the Postgraduate Award offered by the Australian Federation of University Women (AFUW).
Recently the Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM) awarded ECU’s Dr Janice Redmond with the Tilde University Press ANZAM Early Career Researcher Award.
University Contact Officers and ALLYs came together this week for an end-of-year thank you event.
Year 11 and 12 students from St Stephen’s School in Duncraig are benefitting from ECU’s ‘Peer Tutoring @ ECU – Step Up!’ program.