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2008 News

Equal Opportunity Commission breakfast forum

Wednesday, 26 November 2008 News > Latest news > 2008 > 11

ECU has places available for staff to attend the Equal Opportunity Commission's breakfast forum on Wednesday, 10 December to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.


Vice-Chancellor comments on upcoming Bradley review

Wednesday, 26 November 2008 News > Latest news > 2008 > 11

ECU Vice-Chancellor Professor Kerry Cox has written an opinion piece about the impact of the upcoming Bradley review in The Australians Higher Education section.


2008 ECU Staff survey

Wednesday, 19 November 2008 News > Latest news > 2008 > 11

Results from the 2008 ECU Staff Survey are now available online. Comparisons of faculty, centre and academic/general responses have also been prepared.


Vario research funding success

Tuesday, 18 November 2008 News > Latest news > 2008 > 11

ECU's Professor Rob Newton and Dr Daniel Galv√£o have been successful in gaining funding for two new research projects aimed at improving outcomes for older Australians and prostate cancer patients.


Recognition for Child Health Promotion Research Centre

Tuesday, 18 November 2008 News > Latest news > 2008 > 11

ECU's Child Health Promotion Research Centre has won the Injury Control Council of WA (ICCWA) Award for Excellence in Injury Prevention Research for 2008.


FBL student named WA Business Person of the Year

Friday, 14 November 2008 News > Latest news > 2008 > 11

Business and Law student Michael Salinas has been awarded the Young Achievement Australia (YAA) WA Business Person of the Year Award.


School of Education celebrates partnerships

Thursday, 13 November 2008 News > Latest news > 2008 > 11

Last week ECU's School of Education held a thank you event to acknowledge partner schools and organisations that support ECU's pre-service teachers.


PD Scholarships now available to ECU staff

Wednesday, 12 November 2008 News > Latest news > 2008 > 11

Two $5,000 professional development scholarships are available to academic and general staff at ECU through a new program offered by the Perth Convention Bureau.


ECU at IKEA

Wednesday, 12 November 2008 News > Latest news > 2008 > 11

Students from ECU's Interior and Spatial Design program are putting their best work on show at IKEA in Innaloo as part of an exciting ongoing collaboration with the store.


ECU helping seniors to live longer and stronger

Tuesday, 11 November 2008 News > Latest news > 2008 > 11

ECU Exercise Physiologist, Kyle Smith, has been recognised for his work in improving the quality of life for seniors through the Living Longer Living Stronger program.


ECU researchers awarded ARC funding

Monday, 10 November 2008 News > Latest news > 2008 > 11

Professional Development Scholarships are awarded to individuals representing a non-prot association, Government agency or academic institution.


Broadcasting student takes out WA media prize

Monday, 10 November 2008 News > Latest news > 2008 > 11

ECU Broadcasting student, Dominique Pratt, has won the Student Prize at the WA Media Awards for her story on alternative broadcast technologies.


Director General of ASIO visits ECU

Friday, 07 November 2008 News > Latest news > 2008 > 11

Director General of the Australian Security Intelligence Office (ASIO), Mr Paul O'Sullivan visited ECU's Joondalup Campus yesterday to give a presentation about The Australian Security Environment and the Importance of Security Research.


ECU receives more than $9 million for facility upgrades

Thursday, 06 November 2008 News > Latest news > 2008 > 11

ECU has received more than $9 million from the Federal Government to upgrade and extend facilities available to students.


Two Premiers in less than 6 months

Wednesday, 05 November 2008 News > Latest news > 2008 > 11

Premier Colin Barnett was a special guest at the Mount Lawley campus on Tuesday, 4 November. Mr Barnett became the second WA Premier in less than 6 months to visit the School of Communications and Arts.


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