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2010 News

ECU students and graduates recognised at the WA Citizen of the Year Awards

Friday, 04 June 2010 News > Latest news > 2010 > 06

Congratulations to ECU graduates Matthew Lutton and Amy Hammond, and students Erin Kelly and Leanne Stokes, who were recognised at the 2010 Western Australian Citizen of the Year Awards.


ECU awarded $4.6 million to enhance clinical training

Friday, 04 June 2010 News > Latest news > 2010 > 06

ECU has been awarded $4.6 million to establish an Interprofessional Learning Disease Management Unit (DMU) situated on the Joondalup Campus.


ECU leading the way in management careers

Friday, 04 June 2010 News > Latest news > 2010 > 06

ECU’s Faculty of Business and Law, combined with the Perth Graduate School of Business, are hosting a free information session for potential students, graduates and industry professionals interested in studying a management based course in the future.


ECU hosts nursing career expo

Thursday, 03 June 2010 News > Latest news > 2010 > 06

The ECU Careers Service, in collaboration with the School of Nursing, held a Nursing Career Expo, on Wednesday, 2 June at the Joondalup Campus.


Graduate Research School Biannual BBQ

Thursday, 03 June 2010 News > Latest news > 2010 > 06

ECU’s Graduate Research School (GRS) hosted their biannual BBQ at the Mount Lawley Campus on Saturday, 29 May.


Partnerships between ECU and universities in China strengthened

Thursday, 03 June 2010 News > Latest news > 2010 > 06

President and Vice-Chancellor, Professor Kerry O. Cox, and ECU Dean (International), Professor Gensheng Shen, pictured here with the Australian Ambassador to China, Dr Geoff Raby, said that they are excited by the rapid progress ECU is making in forging productive and sustainable partnerships with several universities in China.


Call for Volunteers – ECU Open Day

Wednesday, 02 June 2010 News > Latest news > 2010 > 06

ECU is seeking volunteers to help with this year’s Open Days on Sunday, 18 July at the Joondalup Campus and Sunday, 25 July at the Mount Lawley Campus.


ECU researchers awarded national tender to evaluate cyber-bullying

Wednesday, 02 June 2010 News > Latest news > 2010 > 06

ECU’s Child Health Promotion Research Centre has been awarded a national tender to evaluate the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) Cybersmart Detectives (CSD) online education game.


ECU sculpture students join international industry professionals

Wednesday, 02 June 2010 News > Latest news > 2010 > 06

Students studying sculpture and glass from ECU’s School of Communication and Arts will join two international artists from Japan when they present their work at the 27th annual Gomboc Sculpture Survey, one of the largest open air exhibition spaces in Western Australia.


Win double passes to WAAPA’s Roots of Rhythm

Wednesday, 02 June 2010 News > Latest news > 2010 > 06

WAAPA is offering staff and students the chance to win a double pass to the Roots of Rhythm on Saturday, 5 June at the Midland Junction Arts Centre.


Honouring Arthur Hartley

Monday, 31 May 2010 News > Latest news > 2010 > 05

The story of Arthur Hartley was honoured recently with the launch of his book entitled, Adventures in Education, The Life of Arthur Hartley.


ECU research results in $6.8 million funding for Better Beginnings

Monday, 31 May 2010 News > Latest news > 2010 > 05

More than $6.8 million in funding has been secured for the Better Beginnings family literacy program thanks to ECU researchers.


ECU offers new career path in intelligence

Monday, 31 May 2010 News > Latest news > 2010 > 05

ECU’s School of Computer and Security Science has introduced a new course in Intelligence. 


ECU South West helping the local environment

Monday, 31 May 2010 News > Latest news > 2010 > 05

ECU’s South West Campus is asking staff and students to come down and help plant 700 new local native species in the surrounding bushland.


Women@ECU coffee conversation

Friday, 28 May 2010 News > Latest news > 2010 > 06

Nearly 100 women and men from across the University, including Acting Vice-Chancellor, Professor John Finlay-Jones, gathered for the latest Women@ECU coffee conversation themed, ECU’s New Faces.


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