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Laurajane Smith and Indiana University President
11
Aug
2016

Professor Laurajane Smith chosen for ANU-Indiana University Faculty Exchange

The Head of the ANU School of Archaeology and Anthropology, Professor Laurajane Smith, has been selected as the next academic for the ANU-...
man uses self-service check out
09
Aug
2016

ANU researcher identifies “swipers” as a new type of thief

An ANU criminology researcher has found up to a third of supermarket customers regularly steal when using self-service checkouts.  ...
Ken Lampl
08
Aug
2016

Pokemon film composer goes to ANU School of Music

A composer of more than 70 feature films, television series, short films and video games, including the first two Pokemon movies, has...
2006 Census photo by Charlie Brewer
05
Aug
2016

2016 Census - ANU experts weigh into debate

On Tuesday 9 August Australians will complete their forms for the 2016 Census of Population and Housing. Concerns have been raised as The...
Poker machine image by Nicola
03
Aug
2016

ANU to look at Indigenous problem gambling in NT

ANU will run a three-year project to work with Indigenous communities in the Northern Territory to address problem gambling. The $1.3...
ABS Census image
03
Aug
2016

Census 2016: Should you be concerned about your privacy?

By Dr Liz Allen, Postdoctoral Fellow, ANU Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research (CAEPR) Names and addresses collected as part of...
29
Jul
2016

Research finds how people judge bad behaviour isn’t universal

New research shows that when it comes to wrongdoing, an individual's intentions and mitigating circumstances matter more in some societies...
Women's head by Steve Snodgrass
28
Jul
2016

The rise of women in extremist jihad

A leading Australian scholar believes more needs to be done to address the increasing problem of young women being drawn to violent...
Peter Bellwood and Paul Pickering
18
Jul
2016

CASS archaeologist inducted into British Academy

An academic from The Australian National University (ANU), who left school at 15 to work in a factory and later won a university...
Associate Professor Samantha Bennett
12
Jul
2016

ANU music scholar highlights unsung anarchist punk studio history at international conference

Music scholar Associate Professor Samantha Bennett is determined to ensure that punk rock historiography appreciates the importance of a...

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