Paul Keating launches Gareth Evans book at ANU
Former Prime Minister Paul Keating has visited the ANU to launch the Cabinet diaries of Chancellor Professor Gareth Evans, AC QC, about the early years of the Hawke-Keating Labor government.
New funds to bolster ANU clean energy research
The Australian Renewable Energy Agency has awarded more than $9 million to five ANU clean energy projects.
Curtin Medal for Nobel Laureate
Swiss Nobel Laureate, Professor Rolf Zinkernagel, has been awarded the Curtin Medal for his lifetime achievement in immunology.
Victoria’s logged landscapes are at increased risk of bushfire
Victoria’s forest management policies need to be urgently reviewed in response to the discovery that logging can contribute to the severity of bushfires in wet forests, like the devastating fires on Black Saturday in February 2009.
Rubber ducky, you’re the one
ANU Shop will be hatching a new gift on Open Day that’s expected to cause a flutter of sorts, especially for those who love having a bath.
Service improvements for staff
A new website has been launched so staff to keep up-to-date with improvements to the University’s systems and processes.
ANU celebrates alumni achievements
Graduates representing the arts, government, academia, community and industry were recognised at the annual celebration and recognition of alumni achievements.
Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) enrolments at ANU top 40,000
The free online courses offered by ANU have been taken up by students both in Australia and around the world, with more than 40,000 enrolments.
DVC appointed deputy secretary of Rhodes Australia
Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic), Professor Marnie Hughes-Warrington, has been appointed Deputy National Secretary of Australian Scholars for the Rhodes Trust.
IT Service Quality Survey – Monday 25 August to Sunday 7 September
ANU is holding its third IT benchmarking survey to measure the quality of IT support to staff and students from Monday, 25 August.