Nominations open for 2015 Alumni Awards
Nominations have opened for the 2015 Alumni Awards.
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.
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.
Curtin Medal for Nobel Laureate
Swiss Nobel Laureate, Professor Rolf Zinkernagel, has been awarded the Curtin Medal for his lifetime achievement in immunology.
Galactic archaeologist wins prestigious award
Professor Ken Freeman has won the 2014 Gruber Prize for Cosmology
Students benefit from staff generosity
The Director of Alumni Relations and Philanthropy is urging staff teams across the University to start up their own prize-giving event for students, saying staff receive a lot of personal satisfaction in helping students pay for text books and items to help them study.
VC awards pick the year’s best educators
The University’s finest educators have been recognised for their dedication to teaching and engagement with students at the Vice-Chancellor’s Awards for Excellence in Education, on Monday 28 April.
PhD graduate scores top ANU Gender Institute prize
A PhD student’s first-person account of nine young women migrating from Burma to Thailand has been hailed by the ANU Gender Institute as a fine example of feminist scholarship.
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