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Dr Ioannis Ziogas leaves The Hall after delivering the Last Lecture.
31
Oct

Teaching year ends with the Last Lecture

The teaching year has come to an end at ANU with the ceremonial Last Lecture for 2014.

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31
Oct

ANU graduate appointed top public servant

An ANU graduate has become Australia’s top public servant.

Filed under: Alumni, ANU, Public policy

John White
30
Oct

Honours for ANU Professor

Professor John William White has been honoured for his contribution to the field of physical chemistry and for his scientific leadership and mentoring.

Image courtesy of Abd-allah Foteih on flickr.
30
Oct

Future fears for child poverty

Australian policies have been praised for an increase in child well-being since the 2008 economic crisis, but recent changes and future trends are a cause of concern, according to an ANU College of Asia and the Pacific expert.

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30
Oct

Obituary: Emeritus Professor Leslie Zines AO

Emeritus Professor Leslie Zines AO 1930-2014 Written by Tim Grainger, ANU College of Law Remembered as one of Australia’s foremost experts on constitutional law, the former Dean of ANU College of Law, Emeritus Professor Leslie Zines AO, passed away in May. Born in Sydney on 12 December, 1930, Zines graduated with a first class honours […]

ANU Reporter digital edition
30
Oct

New ANU Reporter launched

From saving rhinos in Vietnam to winning gold at the Commonwealth Games, the new edition of ANU Reporter has stories celebrating the breadth and depth of life at ANU. Building on significant changes to the magazine this year, the latest edition brings together the voices of ANU staff, students and alumni from the worlds of […]

Image courtesy of Philip Jogenstedt on flickr.
29
Oct

New book offers frank views on Australia-China ties

A new book on Australia’s links with China brings together new voices and fresh thinking on the shared future of the two nations.

Dan Rosauer
27
Oct

Walking the corridors of power

For political and policy students, the Australian National Internships Program (ANIP) is an elite entry into the halls of power. With its many contacts and enviable position in the national capital, the program arranges 13-week internships with high-profile politicians and policy leaders to develop research skills and professional networks. In the latest edition of ANU […]

Afghan girl poverty
27
Oct

Woroni: An economist’s approach to poverty

Traditionally, poverty has been defined by an individual’s level of income. For instance, poverty is measured on a scale, with the most extreme form of poverty being measured as those who live on $1.25 per day or less. But a new methodology to define poverty in first world countries is needed, and Nobel Prize-winning economist […]

ANU Archives
27
Oct

Recording a nation’s history

As peace returned after the horrors of the Second World War , four men gathered in the English cities of Oxford and London with a plan – to create a national university for a land on the other side of the planet. These men – Sir Howard Florey, Mark Oliphant, Professor William Hancock and Professor […]

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