ECU's annual Celebration of Giving event is held to recognise university supporters and the impact of philanthropic donation.
Edith Cowan University recently received an unprecedented and historic gift – one of the worlds most important Keyboard Instrument collections - which has formed the Founding Pianos project. An important aspect of this project is the restoration of key instruments. The skills necessary to conserve and restore pianos are in growing demand, and two important scholarships have been established to drive research into this field.
ECU's scholarship ceremony celebrates the exceptionally talented scholarship recipients throughout the university, as well as recognising the generosity of our committed supporters.
Our breakthroughs and discoveries make a great impact on people living with melanoma, and those at risk of developing melanoma. Our donors are an integral part of this journey. Without your generosity we would not have made it this far, thank you.
Many exceptional students face financial adversity, which can prevent them from pursuing excellence through study and research. The Inspiring Minds program assists in making higher education available to many who seek it.
When Jayne Thorn set off on her recent HBF Run for a Reason, this Kojonup mum of three had more of a reason than most. With the support of friends and family the team have raised nearly $30,000 for ECU’s melanoma research.
We are delighted to announce that two scholarship recipients have recently been been announced. These recipients will document and research the restoration process of the First Fleet piano.
The agent General for Western Australia in the UK and Europe and ECU's Vice Chancellor welcomed guests to Australia House in London to mark the significant occasion of the First Fleet piano returning to the UK for the first time since 1787.
We would like to thank and acknowledge the support of our alumni, friends, organisations and foundations for their generous support.
One of Australia’s most significant musical instruments has returned to the UK for critical restoration work. The 24-hour trip with Emirates was much less arduous than its 8-month journey to Australia aboard the First Fleet in 1788.
We would like to acknowledge our committed and generous supporters, who have made a tremendous impact in supporting our students.
Australian Consul-General, Michaela Browning, and Professor Steve Chapman CBE, Vice-Chancellor of Edith Cowan University, recently hosted a special evening for the Founding Piano collection in Hong Kong
Professor Steve Chapman CBE recently hosted ECU's annual Celebration of Giving evening to showcase the impact of giving. A number of supporters joined us to meet scholarship recipients, researchers, and fellow donors.
ECU welcomed school groups, friends, and donors to an exhibition at the State Buildings in September. Founding Pianos is one of the most significant collections of 18th and 19th century pianos in the world.
Teagan Bewick has been awarded as this year’s recipient of the Ramsay Health Care Scholarship
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