Circus acts close the year
Congratulations to the Science Circus for completing a year of learning by giving 600 science shows around the country.
A gift of Love to ANU
Professor John Love has donated $1 million to fund a new scholarship to help students who most need financial support.
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 […]
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.
Teaching honour for ANU academic
Dr Beth Beckmann has won a prestigious national teaching award in recognition of her expertise and efforts to improve the quality of university teaching.
VC joins student debate on education reforms
Vice-Chancellor Ian Young has taken part in a student debate on university deregulation.
BUDGET 2014/15 – ANU EXPERTS RESPOND
ANU experts discuss the Abbott Government’s first budget, and its implications for Australia.
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