Looking for career inspiration? See Science in ACTion on Friday, 15 August
Melville Hall will come alive with interactive displays, workshop spaces and career information from premier science, technology, engineering and mathematics organisations in the ACT.
Environmental Science PhD scholarships on offer
The Fenner School of Environment and Society has three scholarships on offer for postgraduate students who are looking to study bats and birds, population diversity and genetic diversity.
Rent, the musical
The directors of Burton and Garran Hall’s musical Rent say they wanted the involvement of as many students as possible in creating the large performance.
Share how you learn so we can create a better learning experience
The Learnery is a pop-up site giving you the opportunity share how you learn and provide feedback to shape the experience of learning at ANU.
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).
Considering leadership options in 2015? Get ready with this intensive course
Students interested in leadership roles in 2015 are encouraged to nominate for two new workshops in late July.
Australian of the Year nominations now open
Members of the ANU community are invited to nominate for the Australian of the year awards.
Silicon Valley alumni return to ANU
Three of the University’s alumni will visit the campus on Tuesday 15 July to share their experiences in getting to Silicon Valley, California as entrepreneurs. They’re likely to tell students and staff that none of them followed a traditional career pathway.
New deans for CECS and CBE
The University has made two senior academic staff appointments this week.