University to divest holdings in seven companies
The University will divest its holdings in seven companies following a review of its Socially Responsible Investment Policy.
Awards for top ANU teachers
Three ANU teachers have been recognised for their outstanding contributions to teaching as part of the Australian Awards for University Teaching.
ANU Archives launches new database
A new ANU Archives database will make national treasures from colonial history, and the early days of the University, available online for the first time.
ANU delivers the world’s first Hindi-English MOOC
The Australian National University is offering the world’s first bilingual Hindi-English Massive Open Online Course (MOOC).
Deregulation of student contributions
Vice-Chancellor Professor Ian Young and Chancellor Professor Gareth Evans have joined the debate about future university funding, calling for deregulation of student contributions so Australian universities can better compete with the best in the world.
Tertiary Open Day to continue for next three years
The Australian National University has joined five other Canberra institutions to commit to a jointly-run Tertiary Open Day over the next three years.
The Linnaeus Apostles – Global Science & Adventure donated to ANU
The Ambassador of Sweden, HE Sven-Olof Petersson, has donated The Linnaeus Apostles – Global Science & Adventure, to the University.
Open Access Week Panel Discussion
Open access to research outcomes has been a hot topic over the past two years, and in the lead up to International Open Access Week (21–27 October) the Australian Open Access Support Group (AOASG) and ANU brought the issue to the fore with a panel discussion.