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😷 Masks strongly recommended on campus

We need to stay vigilant as we return to campus. Know your responsibilities to keep yourself and our community safe.  

We strongly recommend wearing a face covering on campus to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 in our community.  

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💭⚠️Important updates

Wellbeing survey results released

You can now read the general outcomes of the SWiRL, WHiRRL and TWiRL surveys and what our ANU community can do to help each other through the COVID-19 crisis.

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SES survey now live

The Student Experience Survey (SES) is the largest survey of Australian higher education students. Feedback will be used to improve the student experience.

» Complete the survey

Tell us how we’re doing

The way you access University services may have changed, but our ears are still here! Have your say on ANU services offered on campus and remotely, from wherever you are through the University Services Feedback eForm.

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Respectful Relationships Summit

On Friday 31 July, the ANU community participated in a Respectful Relationships Summit. At the conclusion of the event, the Vice-Chancellor encouraged anyone with ideas on how to achieve the objectives of the Sexual Violence Prevention Strategy to email respect@anu.edu.au.

» Read about the Strategy

Tell us how we’re doing

The way you access University services may have changed, but our ears are still here! Have your say on ANU services offered on campus and remotely, from wherever you are through the University Services Feedback eForm.

» Give us feedback

 

Respectful Relationships Summit

On Friday 31 July, the ANU community participated in a Respectful Relationships Summit. At the conclusion of the event, the Vice-Chancellor encouraged anyone with ideas on how to achieve the objectives of the Sexual Violence Prevention Strategy to email respect@anu.edu.au.

» Read about the Strategy

📅 Events for the calendar

In Semester 2, 2020 we're bringing you a number of virtual events to help you prepare for graduate employment. Explore your opportunities, network, and learn more about the career paths and future work prospects available to you.

Where I Stand is a stirring photographic exhibition from six iconic Australian artists. Presented by Kambri at ANU and aMBUSH Gallery, these 24 intensely personal works take viewers into realms of transformation, rebirth, identity, history, nature, connection and the Dreamtime.

Paddy Manning will be in conversation with Dr Helen Haines MP on Paddy's new book Body Count. How Climate Change is Killing Us.

Join colleagues from agriculture, fisheries, forestry, government, rural RDC's, research centres, commercial service providers and universities to discuss the future of satellite technology and co-design an Industry Issues report for AgriFutures Australia.

Research and development is underway to develop sophisticated ways to ‘evolve the grid’ to allow for increasing amounts of solar PV, battery storage and electric vehicles to participate in the electricity system. Hear our best and brightest researchers and industry partners discuss the latest capabilities being developed

 

💡 Campus hacks and helpful information

Want to take part in a time capsule art exhibition and social experiment in one? aMBUSH Gallery Kambri are calling on artists to design a poster for The Hero’s Journey Art Prize 2020 summing up their experiences of the unprecedented events of 2020.

ITS writes regular updates through its Knowledge Base resource. Stay up to date on all things VPNs, software and internet access.

Student Central’s Wattle page is a one-stop-shop for navigating Semester 2. Check it out now.

PARSA Student Assistance Team are working remotely and will continue to provide essential services to students, including legal service, academic appeals and financial grants. Postgraduate and research students financially impacted by COVID-19 may receive up to $2500 COVID-19 Emergency Grant (CEG). All Student Assistance and Legal appointments are conducted online.

The Vice-Chancellor has provided the July update on the University’s financial health

 

💖 Wholesome news

National Student Volunteer Week (10-16 August) is an opportunity to celebrate our student volunteers and encourage engagement across the community.

Researchers from The Australian National University (ANU) are calling on adults whose primary language is English, Turkish, Arabic or Persian to contribute to a  book about bushfire smoke and health.

An ANU PhD researcher whose work on mental health has helped more than 6,000 people has been recognised as the 2020 Young Canberra Citizen of the Year.

 


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