Lock your bikes securely
A recent spike in bicycle thefts across campus has prompted ANU to remind staff and students to lock their bikes securely.
Service improvements for staff
A new website has been launched so staff to keep up-to-date with improvements to the University’s systems and processes.
Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) enrolments at ANU top 40,000
The free online courses offered by ANU have been taken up by students both in Australia and around the world, with more than 40,000 enrolments.
DVC appointed deputy secretary of Rhodes Australia
Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic), Professor Marnie Hughes-Warrington, has been appointed Deputy National Secretary of Australian Scholars for the Rhodes Trust.
IT Service Quality Survey – Monday 25 August to Sunday 7 September
ANU is holding its third IT benchmarking survey to measure the quality of IT support to staff and students from Monday, 25 August.
Traditional teaching forms under the microscope
The aim of the latest Blow up the Lecture panel discussion is to encourage the community to think about ways ANU can provide future inspirational learning experiences, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic), Professor Marnie Hughes-Warrington says.
New dean for College of Asia and the Pacific
Professor Veronica Taylor has been appointed Dean of the College of Asia and the Pacific (CAP).
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.
Australian of the Year nominations now open
Members of the ANU community are invited to nominate for the Australian of the year awards.
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.