Closing the gap in higher education
AIME (Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experience) has officially been launched at ANU.
Sanskrit gets tech savvy with new e-text
New technology is breathing life into Sanskrit, the language of classical Indian art, literature and religion, with the publication of a Sanskrit electronic textbook.
New scholarships and grants for landscape conservation
Australian natural resource scientist, Dr Rob Lesslie, along with his family, have set up a generous new endowment to help promote sustainable management of Australia’s natural landscape.
Students head to Japan under New Colombo Plan
Australia’s Minister for Foreign Affairs Julie Bishop has farewelled two ANU students who will study in Japan under the government’s New Colombo Plan.
Tertiary Open Day to continue for next three years
The Australian National University has joined five other Canberra institutions to commit to a jointly-run Tertiary Open Day over the next three years.
Family in focus
An old school addition to the Canberra neonatal ward is making a big difference to new parents and bubs.
Distinguished alumni honoured
Businesswoman Thérèse Rein and international art scholar Dr Michael Brand have been honoured by ANU as joint winners of the annual Alumnus of the Year award.
Tuckwell Scholars meet the PM
Prime Minister Tony Abbott has taken time out of his busy schedule to meet with the first 25 Tuckwell Scholars at Parliament House.
Strong demand for student places
One of the largest ever groups of students has arrived on campus to start their studies.
Centenary Scholars arrive on campus
The University welcomed recipients of the Centenary Scholarships as part of Orientation Week celebrations.