Wednesday, 14 October 2009
Earlier this week, ECU held a morning tea to congratulate students for outstanding achievements at the University and in the wider community.
The first acknowledgment was for academic excellence, recognising the top 100 students at ECU, based on their weighted average mark, and number of completed units.
Vice-Chancellor Professor Kerry Cox commended the students for achieving this signifiant accomplishment, and for standing out amongst the 21,000 students at ECU.
Shortly after, Professor Cox presented the very first Vice-Chancellor’s Student Awards in the areas of engagement with external communities, and contribution to student life at ECU.
The winners were:
A total of 37 students were nominated for the Awards by either ECU staff or members of the wider community.
Professor Cox congratulated all winners on their amazing contributions to the University and the community.
“There was very strong competition between all nominees and the selection group had a very difficult time appointing a winner,” Professor Cox said.