Vale Gough Whitlam
Former Prime Minister Gough Whitlam, who has died at 98, held long and enduring links with the Australian National University.
Reshaping philanthropy with major gift to ANU
Entrepreneurs Michelle Melbourne and Phillip Williamson are redefining modern philanthropy with a major donation to help the University streamline its administration processes.
Curtin Medal for Nobel Laureate
Swiss Nobel Laureate, Professor Rolf Zinkernagel, has been awarded the Curtin Medal for his lifetime achievement in immunology.
ANU celebrates alumni achievements
Graduates representing the arts, government, academia, community and industry were recognised at the annual celebration and recognition of alumni achievements.
Feminism in the online age
While many of her peers hesitate to label themselves a feminist, Arts and Law graduate KATRINA MARSON, BA’12, LLB (Hons) ’12, GDLP ’13 is proud to live the ideology of feminism.
Syria – a history lost
Explore Syria, before the civil war, in a stunning collection of photos documenting the country’s people, history and beauty.
New ANU Reporter launched
ANU Reporter has a fresh new look, a free tablet app and a collection of new articles written by students, staff, members of the emeritus faculty and alumni.
Stellar tales of Stromlo revealed in new Heritage Trail
More than a decade after it was ravaged by the Canberra Bushfires, the hills surrounding Mount Stromlo Observatory are now reopen to the public with a new heritage trail.
Why all the change to higher education?
Higher education is front and centre in the debate over the Federal Government’s budget. In the latest edition of ANU Reporter magazine, ANU Vice-Chancellor PROFESSOR IAN YOUNG AO discusses why the reform agenda outlined by the Minister for Education, Christopher Pyne, is probably the most significant in the history of higher education in Australia. Download […]
ANU graduations come to a close
More than 2,100 students graduated at The Australian National University during mid-year graduations.