It has been a year since the much loved and respected colleague, mentor and teacher at ECU, Doreen Collyer passed. Her work as Director of Postgraduate Studies and Lecturer with the School of Nursing and Midwifery was well respected and valued. A Scholarship Fund has been established to honour her memory.
We regret to inform you that we are no longer able to offer an ECU email address for life following graduation. Your ECU email address will now be archived 6 months after your graduation. If you have graduated more than 12 months ago you will no longer be able to access your ECU email address after 1 September 2016 (unless you are also a currently enrolled student). If this is the only email address we hold for you, we would strongly encourage you to update your contact details with us with an alternative email address.
Aimed specifically at new graduates this workshop will equip you with some of the skills you need most as you start out on your new career. Come along and find out from our guest speaker, Brian Briscoe what employers are looking for, and how to make strong connections to set you up for the future.
Professor Di Twigg, Dean of ECU’s School of Nursing and Midwifery along with her team of three other staff from the school are taking part in this year’s Karma Resorts Rottnest Channel Swim with all proceeds raised going towards the Doreen Collyer Nursing Scholarship Fund.
The Perth Fringe Festival brings our city fun-filled entertainment during the month of January and February every year. This year, in partnership with the Perth Fringe Festival, Edith Cowan University is providing five of our alumni a chance to win two tickets for the Fringe show La Soiree on Wednesday, 18 January 2017. Find out how you can win!
As part of ECU’s 25th anniversary celebrations, the University commissioned an art installation to recognise its predecessor institutions. The artwork tells the story of the history behind ECU, pre-1991.
We regret to inform you that we are no longer able to offer an ECU email address for life following graduation. Your ECU email address will now be archived 12 months after your graduation. If you have graduated more than 12 months ago you will no longer be able to access your ECU email address after 1 September 2016 (unless you are also a currently enrolled student).
All graduates are asked to complete the Graduate Outcomes Survey during the year following the completion of their course. This national survey allows all recent Australian university graduates to provide feedback on their course, further study and employment outcomes. ECU also uses the results of this survey to improve operations. Please keep an eye on your email inbox for an invite to participate.
Exercising before surgery not only improves patient outcomes, but can also help drive down the cost of healthcare. Dr Favil Singh explains how.
A new art exhibition at Joondalup Campus highlights the stories of the WA Aboriginal servicemen who served during World War I.
Students are set to learn from a piano master with the appointment of Professor Geoffrey Lancaster AM as the third ECU Professorial Research Fellow.
The ECU Health Centre is the location for a range of new services to help victims of domestic violence, including legal advice, counselling and access to crisis accommodation.
ECU has been named in the 2016 Times Higher Education (THE) 150 Under 50 global rankings.
A new art gallery built to house professional exhibitions of art and design is now open at ECU.
ECU is very proud to be part of the Catalyst Clemente program. Catalyst Clemente offers a tertiary-level education in the humanities to people who have faced multiple disadvantage – such as physical and mental health issues, disability, homelessness, drug and alcohol issues and financial constraints – to assist them to drive positive change in their lives.
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