News briefs

(L to R:) GXT Vice-Director Katie Cox and GXT Director Catherine Gordon
14
Jul

World’s sharpest students at ANU for tournament of the minds

The University will host the Fourth Annual IARU Global Cross-Disciplinary Tournament (GXT) on the Friday 18 July 2014.

Dr Naomi Mathers at the Advanced Instrumentation and Technology Centre (AITC).
14
Jul

ANU engineer recognised at Industry Awards

ANU engineer Dr Naomi Mathers has won an Engineering Excellence award for her work as Industry Liaison Engineer at Mount Stromlo’s Advanced Instrumentation and Technology Centre.

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14
Jul

University House: celebrating 60 years

University House is celebrating its 60th anniversary and has been doing so in style.

Filed under: News briefs, On Campus

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27
Jun

ANU hosts Pacific Rim university presidents

Eighteen university presidents from as far afield as China, Russia and the United States gathered in Canberra for the annual Association of Pacific Rim Presidents Meeting, hosted this year by ANU.

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26
Jun

Architecture gongs for ANU buildings

The ANU Centre on China in the World (CIW) and the ANU Colleges of Science’s Chemistry Sciences Building have been recognised at the 2014 ACT Architecture Awards.

(L to R:) Dean of ANU College of Business and Economics, Professor Shirley Leitch; and Dean of ANU College of Engineering and Computer Sciences, Professor Elanor Huntington.
26
Jun

New deans for CECS and CBE

The University has made two senior academic staff appointments this week.

Image courtesy Valerie Everett on flickr
26
Jun

Test your critical thinking

Have your studies taught you critical thinking?

Filed under: News briefs, On Campus

Photo by Stuart Hay, ANU
26
Jun

Writer off to Sci-Fi convention

53-year-old academic, writer and Sci-Fi fan Gillian Polack is off to the World Science Fiction Convention in London on 14-18, as the Australasian delegate.

Third-year Law student Lucas McCallum, at the ACT Youth Law Centre
29
May

Learning what it means to be a lawyer while helping those in need

Learning how to apply theory to real life situations is one of the important skills that students in the Youth Law Clinical Program, run by the ANU College of Law, are learning while working at the ACT Youth Law Centre (YLC).

Sarah Heywood, Cheski Walker, Lewis McDonald and Andrew Eddey on stage during the production
16
May

One Flea Spare, the play

Imagine being cooped up inside your house for almost a month in quarantine from a plague, as you prepare to flee with nothing but the clothes on your back. Just before you flee, two people sneak into your boarded up house.

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Updated:  14 July 2014/ Responsible Officer:  Director, SCAPA/ Page Contact:  Director, SCAPA