ANU award-winners this fortnight

Whose successes are we celebrating this fortnight?
9 December 2016

Every fortnight we are proud to celebrate the achievements of the University's staff, student and alumni.

  • ANU congratulates 18 staff who have been successful in their applications for promotion to Professor level E1 in the 2016 promotions round. The list of staff is below:

Blaxland

John

Coral Bell School of Asia Pacific Affairs

CAP

Jotzo

Frank

Crawford School of Public Policy

CAP

Bongiorno

Francis (Frank) Robert

Research School of Social Sciences

CASS

Booth

Heather

Research School of Social Sciences

CASS

Oxenham

Marc

Research School of Social Sciences

CASS

Shailer

Gregory

Research School of Accounting

CBE

Catchpole

Kylie

Research School of Engineering

CECS

Compston

Paul

Research School of Engineering

CECS

MacDonald

Daniel

Research School of Engineering

CECS

Mathesius

Ulrike

Research School of Biology

CMBE

Strazdins

Lyndall

Research School of Population Health

CMBE

O'Kearney

Richard

Research School of Psychology

CMBE

Macintosh

Andrew

Law School

CoL

Stellios

James

Law School

CoL

Foley

Anthony

Legal Workshop

CoL

Bennett

Victoria

Research School of Earth Sciences

CPMS

Yaxley

Gregory

Research School of Earth Sciences

CPMS

Francis

Paul

Research School of Physics and Engineering

CPMS

 

  • Professor Marc Oxenham from the ANU School of Archaeology and Anthropology has been elected a Fellow of the Australian Academy of the Humanities. Professor Oxenham, who co-developed a new sub-disciplinary field within archaeology, was recognised by the Academy for the excellence and impact of his scholarship.
     
  • ANU School of Art graduate and glass artist April Surgent has won a prestigious 2016 USA Ford Fellowship. The fellowships, valued at $50,000, are awarded to America's most accomplished and innovative artists working in fields ranging from visual arts to literature.
     
  • Researchers from ANU have received more than $16 million in the latest funding from the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC), including major funding for projects to improve health of Indigenous Australians.
     
  • The ANU College of Business and Economics has won silver at the prestigious 2016 QS Stars Reimagine Education Awards for its innovative Internship Program.

Know someone who should be recognised? Email us at on.campus@anu.edu.au