Exercise as medicine, bullying behaviour and preserving coastal ecosystems are just some of the important research areas being addressed as part of ECU's Collaborative Research Network (CRN) project launched by Minister for Tertiary Education, Skills, Science and Research Senator The Hon. Chris Evans.
The Joondalup campus will benefit from a $72 million building program that will draw together the main student services under one roof. It will provide a vibrant marketplace area as well with new cafes and shops. Building 34 will meet five star energy efficiency targets and incorporate state-of-the art technology, including large LED panels that will display signs, live information and student art.
Friends and colleagues gathered at ECU’s Joondalup Campus to farewell the University’s long-standing Vice-President (Corporate), Mr Warren Snell at a university-wide celebration.
More than 500 marketing experts from 122 universities across 26 countries met in Perth recently to share ideas and forge relationships within the marketing academic community.
ECU celebrated the exceptional achievements of staff and students this week at the Edith Cowan Anniversary Celebration Awards for 2011, held at the Joondalup Campus.
Research Week 2011 brought staff, students, current and future researchers together to share their research, knowledge, ideas and inspiration.
ECU has recognised the achievements of its top 100 students with an event at the Joondalup Campus.
The Mount Lawley Open Day was blessed with blue skies and a festival-like atmosphere, with an array of entertainment and activities mesmerising visitors.
ECU Open Day, held at the Joondalup Campus on Sunday, 31 July was a great success, with over 4,000 visitors in attendance.
Harmony Week is held in March each year, enabling us to recognise and respect our differences, embrace diversity and celebrate multiculturalism. ECU staff and students celebrated with multicultural food stalls and musical performances on all campuses.