THE ROAD IS OPEN DAY THE FIRST STEP OF A WHOLE NEW JOURNEY SUNDAY 31 JULY 10AM-4PM ECU JOONDALUP 270 Joondalup Drive, Joondalup The Road is open - The first step of a whole new journey Life is full of journeys. Childhood to adulthood. School to uni. Starting your first job to advancing your career. All of these journeys require a clear path to help make sure the If you’re not a member of Student Edge, you can find out how journey goes in the direction you want it to go. to become a FREE member on the day and get the most out of Today is the day we open our doors to everyone. It’s your your student life. Members receive a personalised Student Edge chance to chat, explore, watch, listen or just soak up card which provides discounts on big brands, as well as access to www.studentedge.com.au – online support filled with competitions, the atmosphere, in the company of future, present and study and course information, job search, gig guides and much more. past ECU students as well as highly-qualified lecturers ECU Sports Clubs and staff. Sporting clubs are an important component of university life. Visit our cutting-edge campus facilities, attend our ECU has eight sporting clubs, with membership open to all demonstrations and talks, and receive course and career students, staff, alumni and the community. Clubs cater for all levels of skill and experience, and provide competitive and recreational advice. If you need to unwind, let yourself be entertained opportunities, as well as a great social program. by the Nova 93.7 Casanovas and sign up for the chance ECU Village to have a go inside Nova 93.7 Cash Grab Machine and ECU Village is the on-campus accommodation for students of ECU. win great prizes! Plus, don’t forget to pick up your Find out about accommodation, recreation facilities, locality and 100% bamboo show bag from any of our blue and white residential life programs for student residents. information tents. Graduate Research School Is research for you? Visit the Graduate Research School tent and The road is open at ECU to help you realise your ambitions find out! The helpful staff will assist students with information and reach your destination, wherever that may be. related to higher degrees policies and procedures, training, support, and other relevant resources and services. Student Exchange – Where in the world will you go? STUDENT EXPERIENCE ZONE As a student at ECU you have the opportunity to study for one The Student Experience Zone is full of entertainment and or two semesters at an exchange partner institution overseas. showcases some of the fantastic clubs and groups at ECU. Studying overseas enables you to immerse yourself in a new Within the Student Experience Zone you can sign up to Student culture, develop lasting friendships, and get a new perspective on Edge, get a feel for campus life, as well as talk to current students life. It is also an excellent opportunity for you to challenge yourself, about the various clubs and groups that you can be a part of at broaden your horizons, and enhance your employability. ECU. Plus, you can visit the Nova 93.7 Casanovas for plenty of We have partnerships with 90 institutions in 35 countries around games and giveaways! the world; and if you go on exchange for two semesters, you can Student Edge even choose to study in two different countries. The study you Visit the Student Edge crew for heaps of awesome prizes and complete at our exchange partner institution may be credited giveaways, play games, have fun and rock out at Open Day! towards your ECU course, so with careful planning you should be able to graduate on time. 2 COMPETITIONS & PRIZES WIN iPads, iPods, vouchers and more! Visit the Nova 93.7 Casanovas at the Student Experience Zone to find out how you can win with their Nova 93.7 Cash Grab competition! There are great prizes up for ‘grabs’ including iPads, iPod Nanos, an Apple TV Media Centre, an iPhone4, cash and a heap of vouchers! WIN $500! Enter the draw to win a Universal Visa gift card valued at $500! Simply pop into one of the blue and white information tents and complete the visitor survey. WIN with ECU Sports! Visit the ECU Sports stand in the Impact Zone to receive FREE fitness class passes, including pilates, yoga, BodyPump and RPM (spin). Plus, win other great prizes through the FREE ‘Spin the Wheel’ competition. WIN an Organic ‘n’ Green Box! Visit the Environment Services Tent in the Impact Zone to enter to win a voucher from Organic ‘n’ Green for a $45 box of organic fruit and vegetables, including delivery to your doorstep! Come along and ‘taste the difference’ between organic and non-organic fruit and vegetables. Does organic food taste better? You be the judge! FOOD & REFRESHMENTS Pure and Natural – Located in Building 22 Can’t decide between a salad or a burger? Then why not have both! Open from 10am onwards. Aroma Café – Located in Building 31 Open from 10am, Aroma has something for everyone, including toasted sandwiches, coffee and cakes. Six Street Café – Located in Building 6 In the mood for some hot chips or a freshly squeezed juice? Then pop in and say hi to the friendly team in Six Street Café. Churro Central – Located near the Impact Zone Looking for something sweet? Churros are a Spanish doughnut, coated with delicious cinnamon sugar and served hot. For an extra indulgence try one with whipped cream and chocolate. PATHWAyS TO ECU SESSIONS Future student information including course advice and entry ECU Australian University Games Team BBQ pathway information. – Located in the Impact Zone Buy a sausage sizzle and help ECU Sports raise money to support 11am, 12pm, 1pm, 2pm and 3pm Building 4, Room 4.238 ECU’s student athletes competing in this year’s Australian University Games on the Gold Coast (Halal options available). Tav101 – Located in Building 9 Enjoy a social drink and have a chat, listen to music or play pool at ENTERTAINMENT Tav101. Open from 12pm onwards. ECU Unplugged Slice of Italy – Located in Building 9 Listen out for acoustic performances that will be taking place Fancy pizza by the slice? Maybe a cappuccino or a milkshake? around the campus throughout the day. Slice of Italy will be open from 10am. NOVA 93.7 Casanovas Visit the Nova 93.7 Casanovas in the Student Experience Zone for plenty of games and giveaways. Plus, go in the running to win great prizes in the Nova 93.7 Cash Grab competition! The Junkadelic Collective Since 2002, the Junkadelic Collective has been taking Funk on Junk all over WA. Proving that anything is possible with a little imagination and effort, the Junkadelic Collective perform with instruments made from recycled materials. Performances will be taking place in the Impact Zone at: 11am, 12pm, 1pm. KIDS’ ZONE For the young at heart, the Kids’ Zone is the place to be. Get your face painted, visit the baby animals in the Old McDonald’s Animal Farm petting zoo, or enjoy the thrill of the Circotron ride! 3 THE IMPACT ZONE Nutrition Australia Find out what impact your choices can have on your health and Nutrition Australia WA Division is a not-for-profit, the environment as well as discover how ECU and its partners are non-government organisation offering expertise in public health working together to make a positive impact on the environment nutrition, dietetics, health promotion and education. One of their and in the community. goals is to significantly contribute to minimising the economic, social and health impact of nutrition-related disease in WA. ECU Sports This is achieved by researching, designing and implementing Environment Services practical nutrition education and food skills through mediums of Joondalup Early Learning Centre presentations, cooking demonstrations, supermarket tours and Nutrition Australia WA Division topic-specific community cooking programs. The Junkadelic Collective St John Ambulance First Aid Service OTHER THINGS TO SEE & DO ECU Sports $14 for 14 days at the ECU Fitness Centre – if it doesn’t work out, Fantastic Library Facilities – Building 31 walk away! Take advantage of all the facilities at ECU’s Check out our amazing library facilities and see what it’s like Fitness Centre, including group fitness classes such as yoga, to study in comfort. You’ll never want to leave! Take a self-guided pilates, BodyPump and more. Community members welcome. tour, or alternatively half hour guided tours will be running from Speak to the ECU Fitness team to find out more. the main enquiries desk at 10.30am, 11.30am, 12.30pm, 1.30pm and 2.15pm. While you are there you can also: ‘Spin the wheel’ for free and receive great prizes Student Fees and Scholarships – Building 18 Get your blood pressure checked Wondering how much your studies will cost you? Did you know Take a tour of the gym, sports hall and crèche from 10am to 2pm. you may be able to defer your fees to a loan or receive a discount? Could there be a Scholarship that might help pay for your study Environment Services related expenses? Find out all the options that are available from Have you considered how the University of your choice manages the Fees and Scholarships team. We can even calculate the cost their environmental impacts? At ECU we are proud of our of your study for you! commitment towards sustainability and the environment. Visit the Environment Services display for loads of information and learn how ECU manages its own environmental impact. The ME Project .com.au SO WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO DO WITH THE REST OF YOUR LIFE? That’s the big one. A question that stumps school leavers the world over. For some it inspires soul-searching backpack expeditions, and others use all of their powers of procrastination to avoid it. Now, imagine something simpler. Imagine if somebody could show you how all the stuff in your room could lead you to an amazing future. This is what ‘The ME Project’ does. Just upload a shot of your room and our team will tailor-tag your stuff with uni courses that suit your interests. Check it out at www.theMEproject.com.au Upload your room, download a future. 4 STUDY AREA aCTiViTies UNIVERSITY ESSENTIALS Time Event Venue 11am, 12pm, Pathways to ECU: Future student information including course advice and entry pathway information. Building 4, 1pm, 2pm and Room 4.238 3pm 10.30am, Tour: Library Facilities - come along and see what it’s like to study in comfort with our amazing library facilities. Building 31 11.30am, 12.30pm, 1.30pm and 2.15pm All Day Student Fees and Scholarships: Find out all the options that are available. We can even calculate the cost of your Building 18 study for you! BIOLOGY, CHEMISTRY AND ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE Time Event Venue 11am - Microbrewery Tour: Learn about the brewing process and see how we brew our award-winning beers in the Building 9, 11.45am and Degrees Brewery. Yes, our students really do make their own beer! Room 9.226 2pm - 2.45pm 12pm - 1pm Chemistry Show: Celebrate the International Year of Chemistry with our spectacular reactions and Building 32, demonstrations! Room 32.101 1.30pm - 2pm Liquid Nitrogen Ice-Cream: Make it and eat it! Building 19, Level 2 (upstairs from the fish tank) All Day Slime and Stuff: Hands-on chemistry to make you go “ooh!” Building 19, Level 2 (upstairs from the fish tank) All Day Ask our Academics: Meet our staff and get important information on courses and subjects in Biology, Brewing, Building 19, Chemistry and Environment. Room 19.201 All Day How Toxic are You? Just like a TV crime show… only real! We will use our portable GC-MS (gas chromatograph- Building 19, mass spectrometer) to identify some chemicals that may be coming from your body and clothing. Room 19.201 All Day Displays and Activities: Follow our Tour Guides and the balloon trail up to our laboratories for tissue culture, Building 19, microscopes, animal studies and more on the living world in the School of Natural Sciences. Room 19.201 All Day Life on the Beach: See the wet and dry critters that live on our beaches. Building 19, Room 19.201 All Day Fish and Animal Traps Display: See how Natural Science researchers safely trap, study and release animals in the Building 19, wild. Room 19.201 All Day Plant Tissue Culture: Can you really grow a plant in a jar? Learn about tissue culture techniques used in real-life Building 19, research. Room 19.201 All Day Lake Life: Get a close look at the creatures living in our campus lake (weather conditions permitting). Campus Lake All Day Science on a Boat: Climb aboard our research vessels to learn how we study aquatic systems. Pines Park, near Impact Zone BUSINESS Time Event Venue 11am - 4pm Who’s at the Business Tent? Speak with ECU students, Aggrey Masi and Pamela Carrera, about their journey in the Study Area Business majors of International Business and Human Resource Management (HRM). Zone 11am - Are you a Leader? Discover the strengths you bring to a team. Are you a good negotiator, an effective persuader Building 8, 11.30am and or a natural director? This fun, team-based activity demonstrates the core Management principles of ECU’s Room 8.302 1pm - 1.30pm Business courses. Prizes awarded to budding leaders! 5 11.45pm - Lost in Space: How would you cope in a crisis situation? This fun, team-based activity demonstrates the key Building 8, 12.15pm and principles of ECU’s Business Edge program which is core to ECU Business courses. It highlights the employability Room 8.302 2.30pm - 3pm skills that businesses are looking for in graduates. Prizes awarded to participants who exhibit key business attributes! 11.50am - Create Career Opportunities while you Study: Find out how you can grow your CV while you study, so that when Building 8, 12.10pm you graduate, you’ll stand out from the competition. The Faculty of Business and Law offers unique opportunities Room 8.101 to network with industry and get hands-on experience via work placements, internships, competitions and more. 12.20pm - Talk: Business is Different at ECU - ECU’s Bachelor of Business degree offers the freedom to specialise from 13 Building 8, 12.40pm majors, or to choose a broad-spectrum option that allows you to develop your own program. Plus ECU’s unique Room 8.101 Business Edge program focuses on the key employability skills employers are seeking in graduates. 12.30pm - 1pm Deal or No Deal: Just like the Game Show on TV! Think you can beat the bank? Learn more about financial risk and Building 8, and 2pm - strategy and see if you can walk away with a virtual fortune. Prizes awarded to skillful participants! Room 8.305 2.30pm 12.50pm - Meet Aden Parker, ECU Human Resource Management (HRM) student and find out why Aden chose ECU for his Building 8, 1.10pm Business degree. Room 8.101 1.20pm - Explore Management Specialisations: Are you thinking about a career in Human Resource Management (HRM), Building 8, 1.40pm Management, International Business, or Management of Information Technology (MIT)? Find out what makes ECU Room 8.101 Management majors relevant, practical and professionally accredited. Plus, meet with our special guest from the Australian Human Resources Institute (AHRI). 1.50pm - More than just Numbers - Accounting and Finance: Find out more about the range of careers offered in the time- Building 8, 2.10pm honoured areas of Accounting and Finance. Plus, meet with our special guest from the CPA. Room 8.101 COMMUNICATIONS AND ARTS Time Event Venue 12pm - Talk: David Elder - Studying Languages at ECU Building 7, 12.30pm Room 7.102 12.30pm - Talk: Clive Barstow - Communications and Arts Degrees at ECU Building 7, 1.30pm Room 7.102 ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY Time Event Venue 11am - 12pm Adventures in Physics: Come into the Physics lab and get your hands dirty (actually no dirt involved!). Get hands- Physics Lab, and 1pm - 2pm on experience playing with physics experiments covering everyday phenomena, such as how sunglasses work, Building 21, human motion, falling under gravity, and the physics of music. Room 21.251 12pm, 1pm and Physics Tricks: Demonstrations of Physics concepts explaining everyday phenomena such as how air bags work, Building 5, 2pm cloud formation and more! Lower Level Walkway 12pm and 2pm Engineering from Nature: Learn how scientists and engineers are ‘borrowing’ from nature’s wisdom to find Building 5, solutions to the water, energy and environmental crises we are now facing, to help our athletes win medals, and to Room 5.142 combat terrorists. 2pm - 2.30pm Making Retaining Walls with Sand - Is it Possible? Retaining walls are usually constructed using cement concrete, Ground Floor, which makes the project expensive and time consuming. These days, it is possible to make walls using mainly sandy Building 5 materials with geosynthetic materials as reinforcement. Come along and view a presentation on this technology. 2.30pm - 3pm Civil Engineers’ Life in Mining Engineering: Open excavations and tunnelling are challenges for civil and mining Ground Floor, engineers. The stability of geotechnical structures poses a great difficulty. Drop in and view a presentation on how Building 5 Civil Engineers solve these problems in an environmentally-friendly manner. All Day Mathematics: Geostatistics, simulation, and scheduling are examples of mathematics relevant to day-to-day Ground Floor, mining operations in WA. Visitors will be provided with examples that show how mathematics is applied to Building 5 real-world problems. All Day Robotics for Everyone: Robots become more popular and prevalent every day. Come and visit the ECU robotics lab Building 5, to see and interact with a range of different robots. Room 5.142 All Day Field Programmable Gate Arrays - When Hardware becomes Soft: Discover how a chip can be transformed from Ground Floor, a video processor to a PC CPU, to a communication encoder/decoder or any number of other systems, purely Building 5 through software control. All Day The Art of Communication: Learn about the technology behind smart phones, WiFi networks, digital TV, satellite Ground Floor, radio, GPS navigation etc. Also, discover just how much wireless traffic is going on around us all the time. Building 5 All Day Energy Generation - Power to the People: The electrical supply grid that we take for granted in our everyday Ground Floor, lives is actually a complex integrated system. Come and see, in miniature, the complex processes that must be Building 5 undertaken to bring a new generator online to meet an increase in peak load, and how the amount of power being transferred can be controlled. 6 All Day Engineering Civilisation - The Role of Civil Engineers: Civil Engineers play a fundamental role in the development Ground Floor, of modern civilisation and society. Drop by and try your hand at some surveying and field testing activities. Also Building 5 learn about some major civil engineering structures such as the Burj Khalifa, the tallest structure in the world. All Day The Art of Control: This demonstration will illustrate how large industrial plants can be run and automatically Seimens Lab controlled from one control room. - Building 5, Room 5.139 All Day Mechanical Engineering and Maintenance Engineering: Infra-red thermography is an important diagnostic tool Ground Floor, and used for condition monitoring of engineering systems. Discover an infra-red camera in action. Building 5 All Day Motorsports - Race in to ECU: View the 2010 ECU FSAE race car, designed and built by ECU students. Visitors over Ground Floor, 12 years of age have the opportunity to drive 2 simulated laps of the Barbagallo Raceway in an ECU Formula Ford Building 5 car. Participants will receive a record of their fastest lap time and the fastest lap of the day will be rewarded with a complimentary double pass to the car racing at Barbagallo Raceway for the remainder of the 2011 season. All Day Red Bull Air Race Videos Building 5 -Plasma Screen in Aviation Foyer All Day Flight Simulators: Have an ECU Aviation student guide you through a flight on a PC based simulator while you are Aviation Lab at the controls. - Building 5, Room 5.127 All Day Paper Aeroplane Launcher - Pilot or Engineer: Who can make a plane that flies better? Try your hand in the paper Ground Floor, aeroplane competition. A $50 prize for the paper plane with the greatest endurance from an electric launcher. Building 5 All Day Darklight Quiz: Enter the Darklight Quiz and have a chance in winning one month’s free entry to Darklight Laser Study Area Games in Joondalup! Zone EXERCISE, BIOMEDICAL AND HEALTH SCIENCES Time Event Venue 10am - 11am Learn how to Jive/Tango Building 17, Room 17.104 11am - 12pm Meet some of the Perth Glory players and get some great coaching tips! Building 17, Room 17.104 11am and 2pm Information Sessions: Occupational Therapy - Talk to current OT students and staff about the course at ECU and Building 21, what a career in OT can offer. Room 21.112 12pm - Information Sessions: Sports Science Courses - Exercise and Sports Science, Sports Science and Football, and Building 17, 12.30pm and Exercise Science and Rehabilitation. Room 17.101 3pm - 3.30pm 12pm - Join in a Pilates Class Building 17, 12.45pm Room 17.104 12pm - 1pm Can you Juggle better than Perth Glory Players? Building 19, Room 19.149 1pm - 1.45pm Have a Sports Massage Building 17, Room 17.104 2pm - 2.45pm Join a Group Fitness Training Circuit: Fitball/Boxing Building 17, Room 17.104 3pm - 4pm Talent ID Testing - Are you as agile as an AFL player? Building 17, Room 17.104 All Day How Good is your Balance? Building 19, Room 19.149 All Day Legume Stand: Get fact sheets on the health and environmental benefits of legumes, and go in our Building 21, mini-competition to identify various beans and what you can do with them. Plus, get recipe handouts and Room 21.101 free food samples of lentil curry and bread! All Day Food Miles and Carbon Cost: Find out how far food travels with our display of carbon costs. We focus on bottled Building 21, water, chocolate, coffee and an apple. Room 21.101 All Day Have you got the Ticker? How’s your heartrate? Participants can have their heartbeat measured at the fingertip, Impact Zone as well as their lung function tested. All Day How High can you Jump? Compare yourself to the best! Building 19, Room 19.149 All Day How Coordinated are You? Building 19, Room 19.149 7 All Day How Fast are You? Building 19, Room 19.149 All Day How Quick is your Reaction Time? Building 19, Room 19.149 All Day View the latest technology in 3-Dimension Motion Analysis (Biomechanics) Building 19, Room 19.149 All Day Sprint Cycling Building 19, Room 19.149 All Day Food Tasting: Lentil Soup and Herb and Cheese muffins Building 21, Room 21.101 All Day Course Information: Nutrition and Dietetics Building 21, Room 21.101 All Day Food Waste Stand: Find out the amount of food waste produced in certain processed foods. Pick up fact sheets and Impact Zone posters on food waste and sustainability, as well as practical information on how individuals can reduce food waste. All Day Visit the Nutrition Australia stand for great nutrition and lifestyle information. Impact Zone All Day Interactive Displays: Experience how Occupational Therapists use technology to enable people who are Building 21, experiencing limitations. Some examples include; Head Mouse - type hands free using the SmartNav head mouse Room 21.107 technology, Sound Beam - create music simply by moving, and E Link - play computer games while improving your hand strength. All Day Try your luck with Fatal Vision Goggles and Spin the Safety Wheel! Building 21, Room 21.201 All Day Occupational and Environmental Monitoring System Building 21, Room 21.201 LAW AND JUSTICE Time Event Venue 11am - 2pm Who’s at the Law & Justice Tent? Speak with ECU student, Glenn Stevens, about his journey with ECU’s Study Area Criminology and Justice. Zone 11.30am - Pick the Suspect: Test your powers of observation. As the witness to a crime, see if you can pick the suspect from Building 8, 12pm, 12.30pm a line-up. You’ll find out how offender profiling is used in criminal investigations. Prizes awarded to the clue-iest Room 8.303 - 1pm and witnesses! 1.30pm - 2pm 12pm - Mock Criminal Law Trial: Ever imagine yourself on the side of justice, in a scene for Silent Witness or Law & Order? Building 8, 12.30pm See ECU Law students apply their knowledge to a real-life case study in a mock trial. Room 8.301 2.20pm - Beyond the Courtroom: ECU’s Law and Justice courses will open doors to a range of exciting careers in and Building 8, 2.40pm beyond the courtroom. Find out why you should make ECU your first choice for a Law or Justice degree. Plus, Room 8.101 meet with our special guest from the Department of Corrective Services. 2.40pm - 3pm Meet Nella Watson-Lowe, ECU Law student, and hear what she has to say about ECU’s Law degree, teaching staff, Building 8, support services and more. Room 8.101 NURSING, MIDWIFERY AND PARAMEDICINE Time Event Venue 10.30am - Come and participate in the pregnancy journey using our Empathy Belly, Birthing and Newborn Simulators. Building 21, 3.30pm Room 21.318 All Day Demonstration: Check out our life-like 3G Sim Man! Building 21, Room 21.321 All Day Blood Pressure, Height and Weight Checks Building 21, Room 21.317 PSYCHOLOGY AND SOCIAL SCIENCE Time Event Venue 11am - 12pm Talk: Craig Speelman - Studying Psychology at ECU Building 4, Room 4.224 12pm - 1pm Talk: Beth Armstrong - Studying Speech Pathology at ECU Building 4, Room 4.224 1pm - 2pm Talk: Vicki Banham - Studying Social Science at ECU Building 4, Room 4.224 2pm - 3pm Talk: Ken Robinson - Applying Psychology to your Career Building 4, Room 4.224 8 SECURITY AND COMPUTING Time Event Venue 11am - 12pm Web Development: Technology, Opportunities and Reaching Your Potential Building 8, Room 8.211 12pm - 1pm Cybersecurity: Who’s responsible? Building 8, Room 8.211 1pm - 2pm Ethical Hacking: What is it? Building 8, Room 8.211 1pm - 2pm Click and Run Web Dev - PHP in 5 Minutes: Check out the technology that powers the web by loading, running Building 19, and then customising a cool web application based on the PHP web programming language and MySQL database Room 19.108 server. All Day FREE Netbook Computer Competition! Enter at the Security and Computing Study Area Tent. Study Area Zone SPORT, TOURISM AND HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT Time Event Venue 10am - 1pm Who’s at the Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management Tent? Speak with ECU students, Jenny Hong Study Area and Michelle Francis, about their journey with ECU’s Event, Sport and Recreation Management and Sport Zone Management courses. 11am - Explore a world of possibilities with ECU’s Sport, Tourism, Hospitality and Event Management degrees: Find out Building 8, 11.20am how you could land yourself a career in some of the world’s fastest growing and vibrant industries. Room 8.101 11.20am - Meet Michelle Francis, ECU Sport Management graduate, and hear some of Michelle’s tips on choosing the right Building 8, 11.40am course for you. Room 8.101 11.40am - Tour: Degrees Restaurant - Take a tour of ECU’s on-campus Degrees Restaurant, where Hospitality Management Building 9, 12pm students get hands-on experience across all aspects of the industry. Room 9.207 TEACHER EDUCATION Time Event Venue 10am - 2pm Course Information Session: Talk to our staff about the courses at ECU and what a career in Teaching and Building 22, Education can offer. Outdoor Grassed Area 11am - 12pm Information Session: Health & Physical Education - Teaching fundamental movement skills. Building 22, Outdoor Grassed Area 11am and Primary Drama: Introductory drama workshop and demonstration by third year students. Building 8, 1.30pm Room 8A.404 11.30am - Education and Teaching as a Career - Information on ECU’s teaching degrees in Early Childhood Studies, Primary Building 7, 1.30pm and Secondary courses including specialisations in Drama & Dance, Health & Physical Education and Music. Room 7.101 Enquire about our Graduate Diploma and Post Graduate Education study opportunities. Q&A session to follow. 12pm - 2pm Music: Display using interactive music applications. Building 8, Room 8A.402 1pm - 2pm Outdoor Education: Using the campus as the course, visitors can orienteer their way around using basic map and Building 22, compass skills. Outdoor Grassed Area URBAN AND REGIONAL PLANNING Time Events Venue All Day Who’s at the Urban and Regional Planning Tent? Speak with Don Newman from the Planning Institute of Australia Study Area (PIA) about careers and ECU student, Shane Edwards, about his journey with ECU’s Planning. Zone 9 STUDY AREA EnginEERing & TEchnologY Zone Aviation Civil Engineering Computer Systems Engineering Electrical Power Looking for information on the different Engineering courses on offer at ECU? Come and check out Electronics & Computer Systems the Study Area Zone and talk to representatives Electronics & from the 13 different study areas. Communications Engineering Instrumentation Control & Automation Engineering BiologY, chEmiSTRY & Maintenance Engineering EnviRonmEnTAl SciEncE Marine & Offshore Systems Engineering Mechanical Engineering Applied & Analytical Chemistry Mechatronics Engineering Biological Sciences Motorsports Brewing Mathematics Catchment & Land Management Naval Architecture Coastal Environment Science Ocean Engineering Conservation & Wildlife Biology Physics Environmental & Biological Chemistry Environmental Management Environmental Science Marine & Freshwater Biology ExERciSE, BiomEDicAl Science Surf Science & hEAlTh SciEncES BUSinESS Addiction Studies Biomedical Science Exercise & Sports Science Accounting Exercise Science & Economics Rehabilitation Event Management Environmental Health Finance Sports Science & Football Hospitality Management Health Promotion Human Resource Management Health Science International Business Human Biology Management Nutrition Management of Information Nutrition & Dietetics Technology Occupational Health & Safety Marketing Occupational Therapy Marketing, Advertising & Public Physiotherapy Relations Public Health Marketing & Creative Services Strength & Conditioning Planning Sport Management Tourism Management commUnicATionS & ARTS Advertising Film & Video Media, Culture & Mass Animation French Communications Arts Game Design & Culture Photomedia Broadcasting Graphic Design Politics & International Relations Communications History Public Relations Contemporary Fashion & Textiles Interactive Media Screen Studies Creative Industries Japanese Scriptwriting Creative Services Journalism Visual Arts English Literature & Writing Writing Environmental & Spatial Design 10 lAW & JUSTicE SPoRT, ToURiSm & hoSPiTAliTY mAnAgEmEnT Criminology & Justice Criminology & Juvenile Justice Event Management Forensic Investigation Event, Sport & Recreation Law Management Hospitality Management Hospitality & Tourism Management Sport Management Tourism Management nURSing, PARAmEDicinE & miDWifERY TEAchER EDUcATion Early Childhood Studies Nursing & Midwifery Primary Nursing Primary to Middle Years Paramedical Science Secondary Specialisations available in: – Biological Science – Design & Technology – Drama – English – Health & Physical Education PSYchologY & SociAl SciEncE – Home Economics – Mathematics Children & Family Studies – Music Counselling Human Services – Physical Science Psychology – Social Sciences Psychology & Addiction Studies – Visual Arts Psychology & Counselling Psychology, Criminology & Justice Psychological Science URBAn & REgionAl PlAnning Social Science Social Work Community Planning & Speech Pathology Development Youth Work Environmental & Physical Planning Governance & Policy Planning Project Development Project Development & SEcURiTY & comPUTing Management Urban & Regional Planning Computer Science Computer Security Computer & Network Security WESTERn AUSTRAliAn Counter Terrorism, Security & AcADEmY of PERfoRming ARTS Intelligence Games Programming Aboriginal Theatre Information Services Acting Information Technology Arts Management Library Technology Broadcasting Network Technology Costume Networking Science Dance Records Management Design Security Lighting Security & Justice Studies Music Security Management Music Theatre Security Technology Performing Arts Software Engineering Props & Scenery Web Technology Sound Stage Management 11 900M TO JOONDALUP RAILWAY TAFE STATION OVERFLOW PARKING ENTER HERE KENDR EW CR STUDY AREA ZONE E SC ENT N 1 POLICE ACADEMY LAK THE IMPACT ZONE D AR E S ID EV UL 2 ED i BO R 7 IV E D AN 8 10 6 GR 9 4 17 TO FREEWAY 32 HODGES DRIVE EXIT 5 2 i 30 20 KIDS’ ZONE 19 STUDENT EXPERIENCE ZONE i 31 UNDER CONSTRUCTION 18 18a 21 STUDENT CENTRAL i 22 RE R UNIVERSITY HE TE VILLAGE EN EN MA 3 SPORTS FIELD TR IN JO UNDER AN O N CONSTRUCTION CE D A LU P D RI VE LEGEND 26 VE RI D E D SI KE LA ENTER HERE UNIVERSITY VILLAGE Car access Free parking Wheelchair access path 18 i Shuttle bus Building numbers Information tent First aid Toilets ATM Refreshments Nova 93.7 Casanovas open day - Quick Reference Guide Building Student Experience Zone Study Area Zone 4 Talks: Pathways to ECU - Future Student Information NOVA 93.7 Casanovas Biology, Chemistry & Environmental Science Talks: Psychology & Social Science Student Edge Business 5 Activities: Engineering & Technology ECU Student Clubs and Groups Communications & Arts 7 Talks: Communications & Arts ECU Village Engineering & Technology Talks: Teacher Education Graduate Research School Exercise, Biomedical & Health Sciences 8 Activities: Security and Computing ECU International: Student Exchange Law & Justice The Impact Zone Nursing, Paramedicine & Midwifery Activities & Talks: Business, Law & Justice and Sport, Psychology & Social Science Tourism & Hospitality Management ECU Sports Security & Computing Activities & Talks: Teacher Education Environment Services Sport, Tourism & Hospitality Management 9 Tours: Degrees Brewery and Degrees Restaurant Joondalup Early Learning Centre Student Recruitment Activities: Exercise, Biomedical & Health Sciences Nutrition Australia WA Division Teacher Education 17 Activities: Exercise, Biomedical & Health Sciences St John Ambulance First Aid Service Urban & Regional Planning 18 Student Central: Fees and Scholarships Information The Junkadelic Collective Western Australian Academy of 19 Activities: Biology, Chemistry & Environmental Science Kids’ Zone Performing Arts Activities: Exercise, Biomedical & Health Sciences Circotron 21 Activities: Nursing, Midwifery & Paramedicine Face Painting Activities: Exercise, Biomedical & Health Sciences Old McDonald’s Animal Farm 22 ECU Sports Centre Activities & Talks: Teacher Education 31 Tours: Library Facilities GREENING ECU: Edith Cowan University is committed to reducing the environmental impact associated with its operations by conducting its activities in a socially and environmentally responsible manner. This includes The information contained in this brochure was correct at the time of printing. implementing strategies and technologies that minimise waste CRICOS IPC 00279B of resources and demonstrate environmentally sensitive key2design_32214_07/11 development, innovation and continuous improvement.