Nurses: you can't live without them! Professor Di Twigg, Dean of our School of Nursing & Midwifery, explores the role of nurses in the acute and complex healthcare environments of today in this free public lecture, Wednesday 5 April at our Joondalup Campus. The lecture will be followed by a Q&A session, and then the opportunity to network over light refreshments.

Your invitation: Nurses, you can’t live without them. 5 April, ECU Joondalup Campus
Get recipe inspiration and see some great sights around Western Australia in Surfing the Menu, Next Generation, featuring our Exercise Science graduate Dan Churchill. It's showing again on Food Network Australia and on SBS On Demand. You can read more about Dan's experiences filming the show here: [ Link ]

Surfing The Menu: Next Generation: Sharkbay Station
What's your favourite inspirational quote? Share your favourite quote, and who said it, in the comments below.
News and current affairs fan? Our Journalism and Broadcasting students publish on ECUDaily during semester! Check out the latest from our student journalists and broadcasters :D

ECU Daily
It's almost #WAAPAInThePark time again! Bring your family and friends, a picnic rug and hamper, and let the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) stars of tomorrow entertain you! We're proud to host this free, family event with the City of Stirling.

WAAPA in the Park 2017

Our ECU Student Guild shared some great snaps from Harmony Day yesterday :)
Lady MacBeth: It’s the 1860s and Katherine is the young wife of arrogant northern England landowner Alexander. Kept under her husband’s cruel control, Katherine finally has a chance to assert herself when Alexander leaves on an extended trip. A provocative love affair with stableman Sebastian is just the start of Katherine’s drastic battle of wills with her oppressors, as she goes to...
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PIAF 2017: Lady Macbeth, showing at ECU's Joondalup Pines 21 - 26 March.
State Library of Western Australia celebrating our namesake, Edith Cowan, as part of #WomensHistoryMonth #AustralianWomensHistoryMonth
Never gets old: that time our Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) graduate Hugh Jackman taught Jimmy Fallon how to eat Vegemite on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.

Hugh Jackman Shows Jimmy How to Really Eat Vegemite

Hugh Jackman pulls out a toaster to show Jimmy the proper Aussie way to eat Vegemite on toast. Subscribe NOW to The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: http:...

You bring the picnic blanket City of Stirling, we'll bring the tunes Everyone's invited to this free, family-friendly music event, featuring our Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) Jazz and Contemporary music students! We're celebrating 10 years of #WAAPAInThePark this year

WAAPA in the Park 2017

Can you help, or do you know expecting parents who might be interested? We're seeking women 35 weeks pregnant or less, who are prepared to share their childbirth journey with an ECU Midwifery student. Our Midwifery student will support you and your partner in your personal journey from pregnancy to after the birth of your baby, as part of our Mothers Adopting Midwifery Students (MAMS) program :D

Register For The Mothers Adopting Midwifery Students (MAMS) Program
✂ Sneak peek at what our Fashion students are doing in their classes this week :D
Every year in our company we get new graduates in. I was taught by a more senior graduate, they passed their knowledge on to me. I'd like to be doing the same for the next set of graduates - Juan Paul Le Roux, completed our Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical), graduating with first class honours.

For information about our Engineering courses: [ Link ]

Juan Paul Le Roux - Transforming Lives

Every year, we get new graduates in. I was taught by a more senior graduate, they passed their knowledge onto me. And I'd like to be doing the same for the n...

Don't miss this See William Shakespeare's The Tempest in the State Theatre Centre of Western Australia courtyard for f.r.e.e. performed by our fantabulous Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) Acting students!!! Runs 17-23 March
Take a 360 degree tour of the brand new Securities & Markets Analytics, Research and Teaching Lab used by our Finance and Accounting students! This lab gives our students access to real-time, global financial markets data and features Bloomberg Professional software, globally recognised and widely used by industry practitioners.

See the new Securities & Markets Analytics, Research and Teaching Lab in 360!
The King's Choice: A tense and inspiring tale from the early years of the Second World War, and the number one film of 2016 in its home country. It is April 1940, and Norway, a neutral nation, is unprepared for the threat of Nazi Germany’s advance across Europe. Faced with an attempted coup from collaborator Vidkun Quisling, elderly King Haakon is faced with a choice – should he recognise...
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PIAF 2017: The King's Choice, showing at ECU's Joondalup Pines 14 - 19 March
Can you help: Are you living in Kalgoorlie-Boulder, or do you know someone who is? One of our Film & Video graduates is seeking actors & extras for a film he's shooting there later this year

Casting call to help Zack see The Light to fruition
Super proud: Congratulations to our Master of Human Resource Management graduate Jenny Marcela Carvajal Espejo! Jenny was recently awarded the Australian Human Resources Institute (AHRI) Prize for Excellence in Postgraduate Human Resource Management :D

International Postgraduate HR Student wins AHRI Excellence Award
It's the West Coast Eagles Fan Day tomorrow, and we'll be there!!!! Pop past our stand and say HI! We'll have fun activities for the whole family, including the chance to win an Eagles merchandise pack ;)

See ECU At The West Coast Eagles Fan Day, Saturday 11 March
Are you going to Sculpture by the Sea at Cottesloe? Make sure you check out the works by ECU Visual Arts & Contemporary Arts graduates on show, including sculptures by Norton Flavel, Denise Pepper and Aliesha Mafrici.
Sculpture By The Sea Cottesloe runs until 20 March.