Monday, 16 March 2015
We all enjoy the benefits of a diverse university community throughout the year. But there is one day in the academic calendar ECU recognises this diversity with free entertainment, music and food at our Harmony Week celebrations.
ECU prides itself on its efforts to provide a welcoming and inclusive working and learning environment. We recognise that our ECU community is enriched by the variety of the cultural, linguistic, religious and ethnic backgrounds of our students and our staff.
This diversity broadens our learning and working experiences, making us a contemporary, culturally-enriched University with an international outlook.
I encourage you to join us in celebrating this diversity at the Harmony Week Fair from 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM on Wednesday, 18 March 2015, outside Ngoolark (Building 34) on the Joondalup Campus.
The University and the ECU Student Guild have arranged for free entertainment and free food, including a sausage sizzle, meals from Chatterbox and 100 free Spanish churros from Churro Central (distributed to the first 50 people at 11:20am then the first 50 people at midday).
Those students and staff who can’t attend the Joondalup event are encouraged to organise lunches comprising international cuisine and international dress to mark Harmony Week. The Taste of Harmony website has recipe ideas and details on how to participate.
Professor Arshad Omari
* Professor Arshad Omari was Acting Vice-Chancellor of Edith Cowan University from September 2014 to April 2015.
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