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09
May
2018

W.D. Borrie Prize Awarded to Demography student Qing Guan

Congratulations to Qing Guan, PhD Candidate in the ANU School of Demography, who has been awarded the 2017 W.D. Borrie...
27
Apr
2018

Q&A: Literary festivals, their audiences and their impact on culture

Literary festivals worldwide have drawn crowds and controversies. With more than 450 of them happening each year in the UK and Australia,...
27
Apr
2018

Arts/Law student fundraising to build library in Nepal

An Arts/Law student whose life changed after she visited Nepal following its 2015 earthquake is fundraising to help build a new village...
24
Apr
2018

A Matter of Trust: Dayaks & Z Special Unit Operatives in Borneo 1945 Exhibition

Academics, veterans and their families gathered at the Australian War Memorial on 12 April for the opening of  'A Matter of Trust: Dayaks...
23
Apr
2018

ANU scholars recognised by the Australian Army

Two scholars from the ANU School of Archaeology and Anthropology have been recognised by the Australian Army for their voluntary forensic...
19
Apr
2018

Music producer Mark Opitz honored with ANU Coombs Fellowship

The Australian National University has honoured multi-award winning record producer Mark Opitz with the prestigious HC Coombs Creative Arts...
17
Apr
2018

ANU Sociology reveals new insights into humour on social media and the 2016 US election

New research by the ANU School of Sociology within CASS has revealed new insights into how social media users used humour during the 2016...

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