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2011 News

Expert to present research on disability and the community

Friday, 25 March 2011 News > Latest news > 2011 > 03

ECU’s Social Justice Research Centre invites staff, students and members of the community to attend a public lecture by speech pathologist and respected academic, Professor Susan Balandin entitled; Participation by adults with lifelong disability: More than a trip to the bowling alley.


ECU clean sweep at beach volleyball tournament

Friday, 25 March 2011 News > Latest news > 2011 > 03

ECU continued their beach volleyball dominance at the Inter-University tournament last week, winning gold in the women’s pairs, men’s pairs and the mixed fours.


Practical edge for physical education at ECU

Friday, 25 March 2011 News > Latest news > 2011 > 03

ECU physical education students are gaining valuable work experience through a joint elective unit developed with ECU and Durham Road School.


ECU welcomes geography expert to the Mount Lawley Campus

Thursday, 24 March 2011 News > Latest news > 2011 > 03

ECU’s Faculty of Education and Arts is pleased to welcome UK geography expert, Professor Jonathan Rigg to the Mount Lawley Campus for a special presentation, entitled Joining the Dots on Agrarian Change in Asia.


Masterchef visits ECU Student Village

Thursday, 24 March 2011 News > Latest news > 2011 > 03

Residents at the recently opened ECU Village were treated to a master class from MasterChef runner-up Callum Hann last week, who inspired them to say goodbye to a diet of frozen meals and takeaway and embark on a healthier lifestyle.


ECU hosts the National Congress of Australia’s First Peoples

Thursday, 24 March 2011 News > Latest news > 2011 > 03

Head of Kurongkurl Katitjin, Professor Colleen Hayward, along with Acting Vice-Chancellor, Mr Warren Snell and Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Engagement, Equity and Indigenous), Professor Brenda Cherednichenko, was pleased to welcome the National Congress of Australia’s First Peoples to the Mount Lawley Campus last weekend.


ECU celebrates Harmony Week

Monday, 21 March 2011 News > Latest news > 2011 > 03

Staff and students celebrated ECU’s cultural diversity last week with a number of events and activities to mark Harmony Week at ECU.


Young ECU researcher receives Cancer Council scholarship

Friday, 18 March 2011 News > Latest news > 2011 > 03

Congratulations to Exercise Physiology student from the School of Exercise, Biomedical and Health Sciences, Greg Levin, who was one of the recipients of the inaugural Cancer Council Western Australia top-up Ancillary PhD Scholarships, which supports the work of promising young PhD students with a research interest in cancer.


ECU opens new Research Commons space

Friday, 18 March 2011 News > Latest news > 2011 > 03

ECU is pleased to announce the new Research Commons space is officially open at the Joondalup Campus.


ECU launches the research video series Research@ECU - Research Making a Difference

Friday, 18 March 2011 News > Latest news > 2011 > 03

ECU’s Office of Research and Innovation (ORI) is pleased to launch the online video series Research@ECU which will provide the ECU community with an insight into the stories behind some of ECU’s talented and successful researchers.


ECU-produced beer wins gold

Friday, 18 March 2011 News > Latest news > 2011 > 03

Congratulations to brewer John Stallwood, whose beer, brewed at ECU’s very own brewing facilities received one of only four gold medals at the Sydney Royal Beer Show, held at the end of February.


Lecturer receives multicultural award for work against racism

Friday, 18 March 2011 News > Latest news > 2011 > 03

Congratulations to Senior Lecturer from the School of Computer and Security Science, Dr Anne Aly, who was recently recognised at the WA Multicultural Community Service Awards for her contribution to multiculturalism in Australia.


ECU joining forces to teach police leadership

Friday, 18 March 2011 News > Latest news > 2011 > 03

WA Police staff are boosting their leadership skills in a new course co-delivered by Edith Cowan University and the WA Police Academy.


Indigenous health information boosted

Friday, 18 March 2011 News > Latest news > 2011 > 03

The Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet, based at ECU, is set to expand its online resources on a range of Indigenous health areas after renewed support from the Australian Government and leading health organisations.


Students shine in WAAPA in the Park

Friday, 18 March 2011 News > Latest news > 2011 > 03

Get ready for an exhilarating ride through the Big Band era and the most popular pop, rock and R ‘n’ B hits as WAAPA’s stars of tomorrow take centre stage at the annual WAAPA in the Park concert.


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