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aerial shot of The Australian National University's Acton campus.
05
Jun
2024

ANU bounds into the world’s top 30 universities

The Australian National University (ANU) has ranked 30th in the 2025 QS World University Rankings, confirming the University’s…

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EV launch event
04
Jun
2024

Plugged in: Fast chargers for electric vehicles come to ANU campus

Last week, six new DC fast electric vehicle (EV) chargers located near the School of Art and Design were launched at a media…

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04
Jun
2024

Climate crisis puts Australia’s ski industry on slippery slope, but not all hope is lost

Australia’s ski industry is at risk of major disruptions and shorter seasons if the current level of climate pollution continues…

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Fellows Oval
31
May
2024

A reminder about being respectful during exams

Professor Grady Venville, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic), reminds the ANU community to be mindful of students sitting exams on…

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Aerial of Kambri and city
31
May
2024

Nominate a trailblazing woman for the ANU building renaming initiative

We're fortunate to have many remarkable and legacy-building women among us, both past and present. However, out of 150 buildings…

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Kambri precinct, ANU
28
May
2024

Encampment previously occupying the lawn in Kambri update

Message from the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic)Dear all,I am writing with an update regarding the encampment previously…

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27
May
2024

Encampment protest in Kambri update

Message from the Chief Operating Officer  Dear colleagues   As you may have seen, the University today…

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27
May
2024

Statement on ANU encampment

The Australian National University (ANU) has today directed the small number of remaining participants in the encampment in the…

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Professor Sue O’Connor (left) and Dr Shimona Kealy inspect samples unearthed on Timor Island
23
May
2024

Excavation reveals ‘major’ ancient migration to Timor Island

The discovery of thousands of stone artefacts and animal bones in a deep cave in Timor Island has led archaeologists to reassess…

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University Avenue at ANU
17
May
2024

ANU funding wins to improve quality of life for all Australians

An Indigenous wellbeing index and ways to combat loneliness are two of the research projects at The Australian National…

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16
May
2024

Scientists unlock key to breeding ‘carbon gobbling’ plants with a major appetite

The discovery of how a critical enzyme “hidden in nature’s blueprint” works by scientists from The Australian National…

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Kambri and lake
10
May
2024

VC's Update - The community we value

In recent weeks, our campus has witnessed the encampment protest in Kambri in response to the ongoing conflict in Gaza and…

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Nick sits at a desk facing the camera. He is wearing a suit and a purple tie.
08
May
2024

Increase in number of Australians doing it tough

Australians are more financially stressed now than they were at any time immediately prior to or during the COVID-19 pandemic,…

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Toad Hall's Arts and Culture Portfolio
07
May
2024

A Multicultural Festival to remember: Toad Hall's 50th anniversary

On April Fool’s Day in 1974, Toad Hall (charmingly named by its residents) opened its doors as the first self-catered Hall on…

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Kambri aerial view
03
May
2024

Student encampment protest in Kambri

Message from the Vice-Chancellor (Academic) Dear students and staff,Many of you may have witnessed the student encampment…

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An aerial view of homes and a train track to the right of the photo
03
May
2024

Power to the people: Aussies expect more from their local leaders

About two-thirds of Australians believe local governments should have more power than they currently do, according to a new…

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ANU Associate Professor Julie Smith is wearing a black blazer and a scarf.
02
May
2024

‘Health for all’: A proposal to recognise breastfeeding as a carbon offset

Today, The Australian National University (ANU) joined hands with FHI 360, Alive & Thrive East Asia Pacific, along with The…

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23
Apr
2024

ANU reaffirms commitment to reaching below zero emissions

Today, ANU reaffirms its commitment to achieve below-zero emissions – a target we now aspire to reach by 2040. Read the full…

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Packaged surplus meals from catered halls
23
Apr
2024

Waste not want not: how residential halls are minimising food waste and easing student financial burdens

For a busy student trying to juggle study, work and life itself, there is nothing more convenient than catered residential halls…

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09
Apr
2024

ANU to lead national consultation on Australians’ view on security

The National Security College at The Australian National University (ANU) will lead an ambitious whole-of-nation consultation on…

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