Vale Emeritus Professor Tony McMichael
The Australian National University community is mourning the death of distinguished Professor and epidemiologist Tony McMichael.
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New ANU homepage to go live in November
A new ANU homepage will be released in November this year as part of the ANU Gateway Project.
University partners with Lifeline Bookfairs
The ANU Centre for Continuing Education has formed a new partnership to support Lifeline Canberra’s major fundraising Bookfairs.
ANU Publication Subsidy Fund
Applications are now open for the ANU Publication Subsidy Fund.
Did you know the ANU has an on campus school holiday program?
With many families juggling child care and work commitments, the ANU school holiday program offers staff and students a convenient (and fun) option to help with childcare arrangements.
Two honours for ANU academic
Distinguished Professor Philip Pettit has been recognised with two honours for his work in philosophy and political theory.
Nominations open for the 2014 Staff Excellence Awards
The Staff Excellence Awards are an annual celebration to honour staff across the Univeristy who demonstrate excellence in achievement and contributions that advance the University’s strategic goals.
New Travel Approval process – a sneak peak
The Intelledox Digital Business Transformation Centre has released a sneak peak video showing staff what the new online travel approval process will look like when it becomes available in November 2014.
Premenstrual women wrongly labelled as mentally ill
The American Psychiatric Association is wrong to define premenstrual symptoms as a psychiatric disorder, an Australian National University researcher said, labelling the decision as unethical and oppressive against women.
ANU scientist wins Eureka Prize
Congratulations to Dr Steve Lee for winning a Eureka Prize for science for inventing a cheap lens that can convert a smart phone into a microscope.