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29
Aug
2017

Prizes and scholarships recognise excellence in Art and Design

Four promising students at the ANU School of Art and Design have been awarded scholarships and prizes at a special reception at the School...
23
Aug
2017

Multi-ARIA award winning producer joins School of Music

ANU is pleased to announce that multi-ARIA winning record producer and engineer, Mark Opitz, has joined the ANU School of Music as a...
21
Aug
2017

Cars, bicycles and the fatal myth of equal reciprocity

By  Dr Ashley Carruthers, Lecturer in Anthropology, ANU School of Archaeology and Anthropology.   Any...
18
Aug
2017

Archaeologists uncover ancient trading network in Vietnam

A team of archaeologists from the ANU School of Archaeology and Anthropology has uncovered a vast trading network which operated in Vietnam...
From left, Head of School Seth Lazar, Centre director Rachael Brown, and guest lecturer Peter Godfrey-Smith
17
Aug
2017

New Centre for Philosophy of Sciences to tackle big questions

The Australian National University (ANU) has opened a new Centre for the Philosophy of Sciences to help people make sense of the world and...
Dr Hazel Moir and Dr Annmarie Elijah stand in front of a Centre for European Studies banner
16
Aug
2017

Centre for European Studies wins more than $1m in EU research funding

The ANU Centre for European Studies (ANUCES) has won three grants worth $A1.2m in the latest round of funding from the European Union. ANU...
11
Aug
2017

ANU study shows the cost of deforestation in Cambodia

Researchers from The Australian National University (ANU) have warned of the economic consequences for Cambodia if nothing is done to halt...
Professor Bob Goodin (left) receives his award from Chancellor Gareth Evans. Both men are wearing academic robes.
08
Aug
2017

Philosopher Bob Goodin receives University’s highest honour

ANU philosopher Bob Goodin has been honoured with the University’s most prestigious award for his work as an “extraordinarily productive...
07
Aug
2017

It's a love story: new album by Music alumnus and wife

ANU School of Music alumnus and classical guitarist Rupert Boyd first met cellist Laura Metcalf backstage at a concert they were both...
20
Jul
2017

Mary Louise's epic journey to ANU Glass Workshop

Mary Louise White came a very long way to do further study with the Head of the ANU Glass Workshop.   “I live just outside of London...

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