Congratulations to all staff on the important role you have played in ensuring ECU continues to offer a “five-star” experience to our students, as recognised in the Good Universities Guide 2014, which draws on Course Experience Questionnaire data (a component of the Australian Graduate Survey).
ECU congratulates two of our outstanding staff members who have been recognised as 2013 Citation winners by the Commonwealth Office of Learning and Teaching for their outstanding contributions to student learning.
It’s been a great pleasure this week for me to host several important visitors to ECU.
The University recently opened its doors for the largest crowd ever to visit our ECU Open Days, with more than 13,000 future students, their families and friends attending the Joondalup and Mount Lawley Campus events.
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It has been a great week for ECU staff, who have received both national and international recognition for their contributions to the communities this University was established to serve.
Australia benefits widely from the cultural diversity of its population.
ECU’s Chancellor, the Hon. Dr Hendy Cowan, will tomorrow celebrate his 70th birthday.
The Federal Government’s announcement to cut funding for universities is disappointing, given it comes after recent years of widening access to the tertiary sector.
Last year, following a rigorous review of his performance, I was delighted to be able to offer Professor Arshad Omari a new five-year appointment as Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic), which I am pleased that he has accepted.
Each year Australia observes Harmony Week, a celebration of the diversity in ethnicities which essentially live harmonious and productive lives in this nation.
Edith Cowan University has a very explicit and deep commitment to the values of integrity, respect, rational inquiry and personal excellence.
Dear Student, Colleague and all members and friends of the ECU community. Today, Universities Australia (UA), of which ECU is a member, has taken the unprecedented step of releasing a policy statement, A Smarter Australia.
A university education can do more than just help you get your dream job. It can help you change the world for the better.