Bright future for Fulbright scholars
Four ANU academics have been honoured as Fulbright Scholars, the most out of any Australian university for 2014.
ANU Spaces – Kirk Fonseca
Meet Kirk Fonseca, who has started up his own not-for-profit organisation to help crack down on food waste and feed uni students.
ANU community celebrates sustainability
On Thursday 20th February, the ANU community gathered in Union Court for the 7th annual Celebrate Sustainability Day.
Know your campus
Last edition’s Know Your Campus photo was taken of the UNA sculpture in the Science precinct. Congratulations to Vanessa Howieson who won a $20 Co-op Bookshop voucher for correctly identifying the location of the photo.
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.
Dr Diplomacy to help resuscitate the gender agenda
An ANU academic is heading to New York to be part of an Australian government delegation focused on gender equality.
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Have you seen this rock?
A one tonne rock was taken from the Federation Rocks display at the National Rock Garden sometime between Thursday and Friday morning last week.
Recognition for public policy expertise
Four new Public Policy fellows were announced by the Public Policy Fellows Nomination Committee last month.
ANU Spaces – Callum Whitford
Meet Callum Whitford, a 4th year student who has travelled the world and volunteers with the NSW Rural Fire Brigade.
Know your campus
Last edition’s Know Your Campus photo was taken outside the northern side gardens outside the Psychology building. Congratulations to Paul Carr who won a $20 Co-op Bookshop voucher for correctly identifying the location of the photo.