Impact of giving

Supporting ANU is an investment in Australia’s future. Learn how donations have made a difference in the lives of gifted students and resulted in research that addresses global issues.

Clare Bishop

A vocal legacy »

Over the years, Clare has dedicated many hours to helping ANU music students through her longstanding voluntary role as a Committee member and as...

Changing the health of the Pacific »

The Fiji Village Project (FVP) brings together university students with medicine, dentistry, public health and engineering backgrounds from across...
Fui Jiun

Improving transplants »

John Curtin School of Medical Research PhD candidate Fui Jiun Choong is completing the final six months of her PhD with the help of a top-up...
Bun Heang Ung

A gift to humanity »

They say ‘a picture is worth a thousand words’. Cambodian born artist Bun Heang Ung’s work is an archetypal example of this truth. With every...
Professor David Hinde, Professor Keith Fifield and Professor Mahananda Dasgupta

Encouraging a culture of giving »

The Heavy Ion Accelerator Facility (HIAF) Career Advancement Endowment was created in 2012 by Professor David Hinde, Head of the Department of...
Helen Cocker

Long live discovery »

Bruce Chappell and Allan White were friends for over forty years and despite contrasting skills and personalities they complemented each other...
 Hannah Jones

Finding a balance, saving young lives »

Science can be demanding, and during the early stages of a researcher's career it can be tricky balancing family and work. With the help of the...
Anna Frebel

Star struck »

While PhD student Anna Frebel was surveying the Southern sky one evening, trying to weed out all the stars younger than 10 billion years (including...
Callum Henshaw

The sound of success »

In 2012, with the support of the ANU Friends of the School of Music Travel Grant, Canberra-born classical guitarist and ANU School of Music honours...
Tim Hall

Defining a faster future »

After graduating Tim started his PhD, conducting research with the University of New South Wales and CSIRO, on mobile network architecture which he...
Nick Preston

Putting numbers to good use »

After graduating from Actuarial Studies and Science, University Medallist Nick Preston joined Sydney-based management consulting company Port Jackson...
Penny Jones

Working for social justice »

Penny, a Bachelor of Arts/Asian Studies graduate who is currently working on the evaluation of DisabilityCare Australia, the National Disability...
The Australian Haydn Ensemble

Bringing Haydn to the people »

A gift from Canberra CBD Limited to the ANU School of Music's Endowment for Performance Excellence has brought the Sydney-based Australian Haydn...
Rosalie and Ben Gascoigne

Gascoignes' personal art collection donated »

A personal collection of artworks owned by celebrated Canberra artist Rosalie Gascoigne AM and her astronomer husband, former ANU Professor Ben...
Damage caused by the wildfires

Support rises from the ashes »

The ANU community came together in support of the ANU staff members affected by the bushfires that swept through the University's Siding Spring...
Bettina Söderbaum

The gift of time »

Graduate Bettina Söderbaum left ANU more than 30 years ago but she still feels that the University and Burgmann College, where she was a resident,...
Dr Peter Linardakis

Accelerating professional development »

The Heavy Ion Accelerator Facility (HIAF) is one of the most important pieces of research infrastructure at ANU. It supports Australia's only...
Professor Ross Stephens

Industry partnership towards cancer treatment »

Professor Ross Stephens knew he was onto something big. Something that could help save thousands of lives. "I already had enough knowledge of the...
Dr Karen Hussey and Keith Sue.

Storing Australia's energy »

The ACTEW Water/ActewAGL Endowment, which was jointly established by the water and wastewater company ACTEW Water and electricity and gas utility...
Tom Worthington

Computing changing the world »

"Computing is normally thought of as part science and part commerce. I want to inspire students to look at how they can better the world through the...

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