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14
Oct
2016

School of Music here to stay, with everybody's support

Canberra needs the ANU School of Music. And the School of Music needs the support of Canberra.   As the pages of The Canberra Times...
14
Oct
2016

School of Music student wins top prize at Melbourne International Guitar Festival

Andrew Blanch, a PhD candidate at the ANU School of Music, claimed first prize in the recent Melbourne International Guitar Competition....
14
Oct
2016

School of Music student contributes to ARIA nomination

The 2016 ARIA Awards nominations have brought a happy surprise for ANU School of Music honours student Louis Montgomery.   Louis...
13
Oct
2016

ANU archaeology projects recognised in ACT Heritage Awards

Two projects involving ANU School of Archaeology and Anthropology staff have been recognised at the National Trust of Australia's 2016 ACT...
11
Oct
2016

New edition of Australian National Dictionary gifted to the nation

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has accepted a specially bound set of the new edition of the Australian National Dictionary, the primary...
Young Australians and Australian flags
10
Oct
2016

Australians want tougher action against terrorism- ANUpoll

A new ANUpoll on national security has found Australians believe the government could do more to prevent a terrorist attack in Australia,...
10
Oct
2016

Arts/Science alumna awarded scholarship to Oxford University

ANU alumna and Indigenous woman Sarah Bourke has been awarded the prestigious Robert Skyes Scholarship to study at Oxford University....
Dr Emmeline Taylor
06
Oct
2016

Kids of all ages being increasingly watched

Children of all ages around the world including in Australia, the United States, United Kingdom, Europe and Asia are increasingly under...
05
Oct
2016

ANU archaeologists uncover origins of Vanuatu and Tonga's first inhabitants

The origins of Vanuatu and Tonga's first inhabitants has been revealed in a surprise discovery made by ANU archaeologists in the first...
Westpac Scholarship students
04
Oct
2016

CASS student among four ANU winners of Westpac grants awarded to study in Asia

An Arts student is among four ANU students who've each won $10,000 Westpac Asian Exchange Scholarships to study for a semester in Asia in...

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