Bringing together a diversity of interests: ANU Tuckwell Scholars in Law
Staff of the ANU College of Law held a special morning tea on Wednesday 2 April for the first group of Tuckwell Scholars studying law. Twelve of the 25 scholars are undertaking either a flexible double or vertical double degree with law.
Graduate studies information evening
Whether you’re a recent student ready for the challenge, or an experienced professional keen for the next step, ANU offers a range of graduate coursework and research study options.
Closing the gap in higher education
AIME (Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experience) has officially been launched at ANU.
Easter egg hunting with a twist
The ANU organic garden’s next sustainable art project is Easter egg decorating and hunting – they even have their own chicken coop.
New name and milestone for ANU Press
Recognising the industry-wide shift to digital publishing, ANU E Press has changed its name to ANU Press, coinciding with its 10th anniversary and 500th publication.
Bright future for Fulbright scholars
Four ANU academics have been honoured as Fulbright Scholars, the most out of any Australian university for 2014.
ANU community celebrates sustainability
On Thursday 20th February, the ANU community gathered in Union Court for the 7th annual Celebrate Sustainability Day.
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.
SCAPA end of year awards
On 4 December the Strategic Communications and Public Affairs office hosted its annual awards and thank you party, celebrating the contributions made by academic and professional staff to media and public engagement.