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Melanie Nolan, Laurajane Smith and Carolyn Strange
27
Sep
2016

Three CASS scholars elected Fellows of Academy of Social Sciences

Three senior academics from the College are among nine ANU scholars who have been elected as Fellows of the Australian Academy of the...
Professor Amin Saikal holding his latest book
22
Sep
2016

The Arab World and Iran: A Turbulent Region in Transition

Australia's Foreign Minister, Julie Bishop, has written the foreword to the latest book edited by the Professor Amin Saikal, Director of...
John Mulvaney in 2006
22
Sep
2016

Vale Emeritus Professor John Mulvaney

The University is saddened by the death of Emeritus Professor John Mulvaney, who was one of Australia's greatest archaeologists and the...
Minoru Hokari and ANU researchers composite image
22
Sep
2016

School of History’s Minoru Hokari Memorial Scholarship expanded to $5,000

An Australian National University scholarship for students conducting fieldwork in remote Indigenous communities has been boosted to $5,000...
Research students at ANU
19
Sep
2016

Postgraduate applicants wanted for RSSS Director’s $20,000 award

Postgraduate students looking for a research scholarship are invited to apply for the ANU Research School of Social Sciences (RSSS)...
Dr Annmarie Elijah
15
Sep
2016

ANU expert wins grant to train public servants about EU system

A European Union expert at The Australian National University (ANU) has won a €49,000 (A$73,000) grant to train Australian public servants...
breast-feeding child
08
Sep
2016

Breastfeeding research shows lowered conduct disorders in older children

Children who have been exclusively breastfed perform better in some behaviour tests when they are older than those who have not, new...
Frank Bongiorno and Ann McGrath
08
Sep
2016

ANU historian wins NSW prize, is shortlisted with colleague for national, ACT prizes

ANU historian, Professor Ann McGrath, has won a 2016 NSW Premier's History prize for her book, llicit Love: Interracial sex and marriage in...
07
Sep
2016

ANU 1st in Australia, 22nd in QS World Rankings

The Australian National University has maintained its place as the highest-ranked Australian University in the QS World University Rankings...
white dice
06
Sep
2016

Gambling problems account for half of ACT losses: ANU study

People with gambling problems account for almost half of gambling losses in the ACT, new analysis of gambling trends has found. Research...

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