Experience ANU

Featured events

Detail from Gulach (2006) by Terry Ngamandara Wilson
26
Sep

Women against grog: Old and new temperance movements among Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal women  »

12.30pm
In 1897 the residents of a 'temperance colony' in a rural Australian town decided to buy their local, dry, hotel and...
26
Sep

Peter Mares in conversation with Andrew Leigh »

6.30–7.30pm
ANU/CANBERRA TIMES MEET THE AUTHOR EVENT Peter Mares will be in conversation with Andrew Leigh on Peter's new book No...
Fighter jet
27
Sep

Why Australia Needs a Radically New Defence Policy »

5.30–7pm
Australia faces a potentially dangerous strategic outlook, which requires radical changes to the country's defence...
03
Oct

Time Immemorial? Dates, History and the Deep Human Past. »

5.30–6.30pm
The Order of Australia Association (OAA)-ACT Branch in partnership with The Australian National University invites you...

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A beach in Broome
24
Sep

Context-driven GIS modelling of values, concerns and seasonal uses of country for Yawuru post native title governance »

1–2pm
Around the globe, Indigenous peoples are increasingly using Geographic Information Systems to combat information...
Family picnic event
24
Sep

Family-friendly afternoon tea with the VC »

1.30–2.30pm
We welcome all members of the ANU community to a family-friendly afternoon tea with the VC in the garden of University...
24
Sep

The healthy value of light in blood »

5.30–6.30pm
Blood is essential for life. Understanding blood cells and their interaction with a myriad of living vessels holds key...
Dr Steven Kennedy, Secretary of the Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities
24
Sep

Meeting the Challenges of Growth: Population, Infrastructure and the Role of the Public Service »

5.30pm
Meeting the Challenges of Growth: Population, Infrastructure and the Role of the Public Service   What are the...
Plastic China screening - 24 Sep at Coombs Lecture Theatre
24
Sep

Plastic China Screening (FREE) »

7.30pm
As the world's biggest plastic waste importer, China receives ten million tons per year from most of the developed...
Image sourced from Flickr by Ken Teegardin
25
Sep

The employment effects of the mature age worker tax offset »

12.15–1.30pm
This presentation examines Australia's Mature Age Worker Tax offset (MAWTO), a targeted earned income tax credit of up...
Image: Chris Searle (Flickr)
25
Sep

Civil Oversight of Prisons: Divergent Regulatory Models & Voices from Inside  »

12.30–1.30pm
What happens when a regulatory system breaks with ‘best practice’? This talk presents the results of an empirical study...
Amanda Lohrey
25
Sep

Feminism, Literary Reception, and the Case of Amanda Lohrey »

4.30–5.45pm
When it comes to gender and literary culture in Australia, it would seem that everything old is new again. Over the...
Green Trivia Night
25
Sep

Green Trivia Night »

5.30–7.30pm
ANUgreen and ANU Trivia are hosting the very first Green Trivia Night. In a casual environment of the MOLO live (PopUp...
Professor Rosalind Croucher
25
Sep

Annual Alice Tay Lecture: Prof. Rosalind Croucher on "Rights-Mindedness" »

6pm
The Freilich Foundation is pleased to invite you to this year's Alice Tay Lecture in Law and Human Rights. Professor...
Navigating Sexuality: From South Asia to Samoa
25
Sep

Navigating Sexuality: From South Asia to Samoa  »

7–8pm
The recent decriminalisation of homosexual sex in India has been a landmark development for queer* rights in Asia. But...
Detail from Gulach (2006) by Terry Ngamandara Wilson
26
Sep

Women against grog: Old and new temperance movements among Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal women  »

12.30pm
In 1897 the residents of a 'temperance colony' in a rural Australian town decided to buy their local, dry, hotel and...
26
Sep

Peter Mares in conversation with Andrew Leigh »

6.30–7.30pm
ANU/CANBERRA TIMES MEET THE AUTHOR EVENT Peter Mares will be in conversation with Andrew Leigh on Peter's new book No...
Pioneer Class, Royal Australian Naval College, 1913
27
Sep

Australia’s Argonauts: The Remarkable Story of the First Class to Enter the Royal Australian Naval College »

12–1.30pm
This talk focusses on the research and writing of Australia’s Argonauts which is a narrative history of the 28 members...
27
Sep

How can ecosystems be incorporated into corporate accounting? »

1–2pm
There is increasing awareness that corporations and governments need better information about the economic implications...

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