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Graduate Studies Information Evening

Graduate Studies Information Evening

Tuesday 6 May, 4-7pm, University House

Explore your coursework and research options and discover the possibilities available as a graduate student in the College.

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Humanities and Social Sciences disciplines are ranked number one in Australia

Humanities and Social Sciences disciplines are ranked number one in Australia

CASS excels in the latest round of QS World Rankings.

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2014 Australasian Association of Philosophy Conference

2014 Australasian Association of Philosophy Conference

Registrations are now open for the 2014 AAP Conference. Held at ANU this year, the conference starts on 6 July with a keynote address from the AAP President and a welcome reception.

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Public lecture: Reading and Writing Communities in the Trenches

Public lecture: Reading and Writing Communities in the Trenches

6:00pm - 7:00pm, Tuesday 22 April 2014
Professor Martyn Lyons from the School of Humanities and Languages, UNSW, will explore what we can learn from literary communities of soldiers during World War I.

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ANU School of Art Environment Studio wins national award

ANU School of Art Environment Studio wins national award

The South East Coast Adaptation (SECA) Research Project was awarded for Cutting Edge Research and Teaching at the Planning Institute of Australia National Awards.

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Chat – Cross-cultural artist exchange

Chat – Cross-cultural artist exchange

Friday 4 April - Saturday 3 May, ANU School of Art Gallery.

Six artist/lecturers from Chiang Mai University Faculty of Fine Art exhibit alongside six of their ANU School of Art colleagues.

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Research

Problem gamblers: does self-exclusion work?

ANU researchers are investigating how self-exclusion works for Canberra’s problem gamblers, and if they receive the right kind of support.  Postdoctoral Fellow Marisa Fogarty, from the ANU Centre for...

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College news

Erin Helyard joins School of Music

The School of Music announced this week that conductor and harpsichordist Dr Erin Helyard will join its staff as a Lecturer in Music from July 2014....

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Trading the classroom for the corridors of power

CASS Parliamentary interns are getting first-hand experience of the politics behind the headlines.  Two students from the College of Arts and...

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Helen Ennis appointed Dobell Art History Chair

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Welcome CASS HDR students

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