ANU Reporter is the magazine of The Australian National University. It comes out quarterly and features research and news from across the University. ANU Reporter is available in hard copy or as an online version. To subscribe email email@example.com
On Campus is the University’s staff and student newsletter. It includes a mix of brief stories about the activities and achievements of students and staff at ANU. Regular subjects include campus event highlights, profiles, employment-related information for staff, and enrolment-related information for students. On Campus is published every other Friday between February and December. It is emailed to students and staff.
On Campus welcomes story suggestions . Stories should be brief (no more than 400 words), engaging and of interest to the campus community. Editorial content is coordinated by Strategic Communications and Public Affairs (SCPA). Contact the Editor at firstname.lastname@example.org with your suggestions or for tips on writing stories.
ScienceWise is the quarterly magazine of The ANU College of Medicine, Biology and Environment and the ANU College of Physical and Mathematical Sciences. It aims to present ANU science in an accessible way to a broad audience.
Margin is the quarterly magazine of the ANU College of Business and Economics. It aims to present research from the College in the areas of economics, finance, auditing, marketing and more.
New Mandala is the University’s popular blog on Southeast Asian politics and society. It is updated regularly by ANU academics and guest contributors, and also features pod and vodcasts. It focuses on issues affecting Thailand, Burma, Malaysia and other countries in the region. New Mandala is edited by Dr Andrew Walker and Dr Nicholas Farrelly. Also see New Mandala on Twitter.
East Asia Forum
East Asia Forum is a blog dedicated to showcasing the writing of the world’s leading experts on economics, politics and public policy in East Asia and the Pacific. East Asia Forum is edited by Professor Peter Drysdale. Also see East Asia Forum on Twitter.
South Asia Masala
South Asia Masala looks at the political, economic, cultural and social issues affecting the countries of South Asia, including Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. Its founding editors include Professor Sandy Gordon.
Development Policy blog provides a platform for the best in aid and development analysis, research and policy comment, with a focus on Australia, Asia and the Pacific. It is edited by Professor Stephen Howes and Matthew Morris.
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ANU on Twitter
- @ozworders – The Australian National Dictionary Centre, ANU. For the dinkum oil on Australian English, historical lexicography, Australian Oxford Dictionaries.
- @cdianu – CDI is a government-funded body that supports the efforts of new democracies in the Asia-Pacific region to strengthen their political systems.
- @ANUNorthAmerica – The Australian National University’s North America office, fostering connections between ANU people, collaborators and friends across the US and Canada.
- @ANUMigrationLaw – Migration Law is complex and controversial. Some of Australia’s most highly qualified migration specialists teach in the ANU Migration Law Program.
- @ANU_Law – The ANU College of Law is one of Australia’s leading law schools. It has produced graduates who are now leaders in their chosen fields all over the world.
- @ANUasiapacific – The twitter feed of the Marketing and Development office in the ANU College of Asia & the Pacific at The Australian National University.
- @AsiaPacific2012 – ANU Asia Pacific Week will bring together leading experts on the region and 100 of Australia’s and the world’s top students to engage in a series of events.
- @ANUstudentserv – Twitter feed of ANU Student Services. If you’ve got a question or comment about ANU let us know.
- @ANUGrads – About to graduate from ANU? Follow us for hints, tips, reminders and deadlines as well as answers to graduation queries you may have.
- @ANUCrawford- The Crawford School is The Australian National University’s graduate public policy school, influencing Australia, Asia & the Pacific policy research & education.