ECU recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the City of Joondalup, West Coast Institute of Training, Joondalup Health Campus, Lend Lease Lakeside Shopping City, Joondalup Resort, Joondalup Business Association, Joondalup Business Centre and Small Business Centre North West Metro to formally endorse the proposal to locate general government agencies in the Joondalup City Centre.
Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Health Advancement), Professor Cobie Rudd, has been recognised as an international leader in simulation education through her recent appointment to the Board of Directors for the Society for Simulation in Healthcare (SSH).
ECU’s Faculty of Computing Health and Science has introduced a new major study in paramedicine.
ECU observes an Essential Student Services Period, from Monday, 27 December to Friday, 7 January inclusive. During this time all services relevant to prospective students will continue to operate, however other areas of the University use this time to take a break.
ECU was pleased to welcome fifteen students from the HELP International College of Technology (HICT), Malaysia to the Joondalup and Mount Lawley Campuses on Tuesday, 30 November 2010 as part of their nine-day tour of Perth.
Congratulations to the Formula Society of Automotive Engineers (FSAE) team from the School of Engineering who successfully competed in the 2010 FSAE international competition, finishing first amongst the WA teams and an impressive fifth overall.
Congratulations to students from the ECU / WAAPA Postgraduate Diploma Broadcasting course, whose show entitled, Rough Cut will be aired state-wide on Channel 7 on Sunday, 2 January.
Congratulations to ECU Bachelor of Science (Paramedical Science) graduate, Ms Donelle Carver, who received a St John Ambulance Award for Bravery at the recent St John Ambulance Annual Christmas Function.
ECU Joondalup is pleased to host current Year 9 and 10 students from across WA for The Science Experience, an interactive three-day event which allows students to visit universities and tertiary institutions to learn about science and engineering from the best in the field.
ECU's Professor Ralph Martins and his team together with the McCusker Alzheimer's Research Foundation, Hall and Prior Aged Care, Oceanic Medical Imaging, Alzhyme and Lawley Pharmaceuticals WA are partners in a successful application by several Australian universities, research institutes and industry to the Cooperative Research Centre (CRC) Program of the Australian Government.
Congratulations to engineering students Mr Hashitha Subasinghe, Mr Bhuddika Dananjaya and Mr Jed Fowler, whose robotics design was awarded second place at the National iNEXUS robotics competition, held at Curtin University on Saturday, 4 December.
Successful businessman and ECU Psychology Honours student, Mr Philip Roggio is working with the Joondalup Business Association (JBA) and Small Business Centre (SBC) North West Metro to research personal and business resilience in small businesses.
ECU was pleased to welcome Cerebral Palsy and disabilities advocate, Ms Kerry Allan-Zinner to the Joondalup Campus on Friday, 3 December to celebrate International Day of People with Disability (IDPwD).
Congratulations to broadcasting students Ms Ann Jones and Mr Damian Smith along with the Graduate Diploma Broadcasting class of 2010, who were all winners at the annual international Ossie Awards, presented at the Journalism Education Association of Australia Annual Conference in Sydney on Thursday, 25 November.
Congratulations to Bachelor of Arts (Education) graduate, Ms Hayley Hoskin, who recently received the WA Beginning Teacher of the Year Award at the WA Education Awards, held at the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre on Monday, 6 December 2010.