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25
Jul

Australia’s Islamic leadership missing in action

New research questions whether Australia’s Islamic clerical leaders are doing enough to deter Australian jihadists from joining conflicts overseas.

Vice-Chancellor, Professor Ian Young AO at the official opening of the Mount Stromlo Observatory's Heritage Trail. Photo by Stuart Hay, ANU
24
Jul

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.

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24
Jul

Australia’s ageing population poses budget risks

A new report from the Centre of Excellence in Population Ageing Research highlights the pressures on Australia’s economy from an ageing population.

Exploring the Milky Way. Photo by James Gilbert
23
Jul

ANU wins funding for Future Fellowships

The ANU has won funding for 16 major research projects under the Australian Research Council’s Future Fellowships program.

Boat people
21
Jul

Word watch – boat people

What’s in a name? In the latest edition of ANU Reporter magazine Australian National Dictionary editor Amanda Laugesen uncovers the language choices and phases behind the asylum seeker debate. Download our free ANU Reporter tablet app to read this story, and more. Each new edition will automatically download to your Newsstand. Don’t have a tablet? Subscribe […]

21
Jul

Life sentences

The coins in your wallet have many stories to tell. Inspired by a trip to the Royal Australian Mint, in the latest edition of ANU Reporter magazine KAREN FOX, PhD ’09 uncovers the stories behind the change in your pocket. Download our free ANU Reporter tablet app to read this story, and more. Each new […]

Photo by Adam McGrath
21
Jul

Politics is no game

In the latest edition of ANU Reporter magazine, former federal opposition leader DR JOHN HEWSON – Professor and Chair in the Tax and Transfer Policy Institute at Crawford School of Public Policy, ANU College of Asia and the Pacific – discusses the state of political debate and the challenges to develop policies over several governments. […]

120411: Reporter Magazine Portraits. Picture by Belinda Pratten
21
Jul

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 […]

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21
Jul

Syria – a history lost

In 2011 a chain of peaceful protests in Syria escalated into an ongoing civil war. The previous year, ANU photographer STUART HAY visited the country to explore its ancient past with Emeritus Professor Graeme Clarke from the ANU College of Arts and Social Sciences. Take a look at Hay’s stunning collection of photos on life in Syria in the […]

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ANU law graduand. Picture ANU.
18
Jul

ANU graduations come to a close

More than 2,100 students graduated at The Australian National University during mid-year graduations.

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