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Lotterywest Festival Films will be screening at ECU Joondalup for the next few months as part of the Perth International Arts Festival.
Edith Cowan University is set to receive $10.9 million in a one-off grant from the Federal Government.
In response to media interest on the proposed university mergers in NSW and the yet-to-be-released Bradley Review, Professor Kerry Cox, the Vice-Chancellor of Edith Cowan University said "that there are more pressing issues for ECU than mergers.
Executive Dean of the Faculty of Education and Arts Professor Brenda Cherednichenko, Head of the School of Education Professor Greg Robson and Associate Professor Tim McDonald have been awarded $930,000 to address the key issue of teacher shortages in Western Australia.
ECU's Dr Jonathan Foster, Senior Research Fellow in the School of Exercise, Biomedical and Health Sciences, has recently published his fifth book.
As a result of ECU's sponsorship of the Perth International Arts Festival, all staff are entitled to discounted tickets to most Festival events.
ECU’s Professor Kamal Alameh and Mr Budi Juswardy were featured in a Channel 7 presentation on the 2008 WA Inventor of the Year program.
ECU's journalism and broadcasting students have picked up major national tertiary awards in Wollongong.
ECU Alumni and their families were invited to see WALL-E at the Joondalup Pines outdoor cinema as part of a special Alumni event held on Friday evening.
Associate Professor Marilyn Clark-Murphy has been appointed to the Financial Services Industry of Australia's (FINSIA) Consumer Finance Advisory Group.
Channel Sevens children's series, Trapped makes its debut on Sunday, 30 November after months of hard work from a number of ECU graduates.
ECU students Matthew Winters and Melissa Bradbury have won the Science and Innovation Studentship Award offered by the Department of Industry and Resources.
ECU will be part of the Perth International Arts Festival once again this summer with Lotterywest Festival Films coming to the Pines outdoor cinema at the Joondalup Campus.
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.