News briefs

Dr Ioannis Ziogas from the ANU College of Arts and Social Sciences will deliver the 2014 Last Lecture at The Hall, University House, on Thursday 30 October at 5.30pm. Photo by Stuart Hay.
19
Oct

Dr Ioannis Ziogas to deliver 2014 Last Lecture

The themes of Greek Mythology and the Classics resonate with today’s society, 2014 Last Lecturer Ioannis Ziogas says.

Filed under: News briefs, On Campus

(L-R) Jinelle Adams, Dr Lou Farrer, Clare Barcham, Dr Amelia Gulliver, Ben Gill
19
Oct

Call for all students to give their two cents worth about mental health

A new mental health survey aims to represent the views of as many ANU students as possible.

Photo by Rusty Sheriff on Flickr
19
Oct

Have you had your say?

The Ed Talk sessions have seen students from all across campus come together to have their say on the future of ANU.

Members of the ANU Boat Club on Lake Burley Griffin during one of the team's morning training sessions. Photo by Stuart Hay.
19
Oct

ANU Boat Club launches book to commemorate 50 years

A commemorative book and a special blazer have been released by the ANU Boat Club as it celebrates its 50th anniversary.

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19
Oct

ANU community says goodbye to Brian’s Bus after 26 years

It started out as a six month job, but for the past 26 years Brian Kenyon has been the confidante, personal taxi driver and security chauffer for thousands of students and staff.

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02
Oct

University preschool and childcare centre holds its first market day

The University Preschool and Childcare Centre is having its first ever market day – an opportunity for people to see one of Australia’s best early learning centres in action.

Filed under: News briefs, On Campus

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02
Oct

Meet astronaut Andy Thomas at Siding Spring Observatory’s 50th

Siding Spring Observatory will celebrate its 50th birthday this weekend at this year’s StarFest.

Filed under: News briefs, On Campus

Manish Jain and Sunandita Nijhawan. Image: Stuart Hay
02
Oct

ANU students develop high-tech auction site

Masters students Manish Jain and Sunandita Nijhawan have developed a new social platform that aims to stop scammers from ripping off members of the public who are selling items online.

Filed under: News briefs, On Campus

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21
Sep

Why one student wanted to hear the former Prime Minister of Japan at ANU

When former Prime Minister of Japan Naoto Kan came to Canberra to deliver a public lecture on nuclear energy, one student was more excited than most.

The winning team in action. Second year ANU Medical student Marc Heggart is holding the patient's head still. Photo courtesy Meg Bransgrove
21
Sep

Students band together for rural health

More than 50 health students from across the ACT region have battled it out for the crown at the first Inter-Professional Health student night at The Canberra Hospital.

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Updated:  20 October 2014/ Responsible Officer:  Director, SCAPA/ Page Contact:  Director, SCAPA