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 Hayden Wilkinson. Image supplied.
28
Feb
2018

Philosophy student awarded Fulbright Postgraduate Scholarship

ANU School of Philosophy PhD student Hayden Wilkinson has been awarded a 2018 Fulbright Postgraduate Scholarship to study in the United...
 From left, ANU alumnus Daniel McKay (B Arts Hons / B Laws Hons '17) with the Hon. David Hawker AO, cousin of CAS Hawker.
27
Feb
2018

Arts Law alumni wins Hawker Scholarship to Cambridge

An award-winning Bachelor of Arts (Hons) / Bachelor of Law (Hons) alumnus of The Australian National University is furthering his love of...
 Professor Catherine Travis and Professor Rena Torres Cacoullos.
27
Feb
2018

“Spanglish” and other mixes not a given when languages collide

When two languages meet, do they create a “language sandwich”? Or do they result in one or both languages being changed irrevocably?  ...
 Professor Simone Dennis
19
Feb
2018

Third hand cigarette smoke not cause for panic

An Australian National University (ANU) anthropologist is warning against undue alarm as the concept of health concerns from third-hand-...
 Flag of Syria and Professor Amin Saikal. Composite images from Flickr and Stuart Hay/ANU
15
Feb
2018

The Unending Syrian conflict Takes on a Perilous Dimension

By Amin Saikal, Distinguished Professor of Political Science The Syrian conflict has reached a perilous point. The so-called Islamic State...
 Matt Barnes, School of Music Senior Technical Officer
13
Feb
2018

Mixing it up with a master of rock

ANU School of Music’s Senior Technical Officer is bound for France to learn music craft from someone who’s worked with Nirvana, the Pixies...
 The findings of this interdisciplinary study have had a surprising international impact so far, Dr Graham says.
02
Feb
2018

Anti-vaccination Facebook groups resemble 'small worlds': study

Anti-vaccination groups on Facebook exhibit 'small world' characteristics, feature mostly women members, and are durable networks which...

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