Assa Doron and Alex Broom talk about the link between the lack of toilets and the rise of antimicrobial resistance, in this piece written for Inside Story.
In the run up to the ANU Extension graduations on Wednesday, 13 November—when 184 students will successfully finish the program—let’s have a look at what the program has to offer!
The language programs staff met to celebrate another successful year of the CHL language programs at ANU.
It is true that barring its commercial appeal, Halloween—being predominantly European in origin—does not have takers everywhere in the Asia Pacific or other parts of the world.
Happy Halloween! It’s the season for everything spooktacular and creepy, ghosts and ghouls, monsters and zombies, trick or treating, and whacky costumes...
Today marks the launch of our new SYNAPSE Trans-Disciplinary Approaches to the Past seminar audio series.
By Yuri Takahashi Mandalay, the second largest city in Myanmar, was the last capital of the Burmese Kingdom, remaining so until 1885. And to this day, it still retains traces of traditional Burmese (or Bamar) court culture.
In conversation with Dr Meera Ashar
By Yuri Takahashi
Stacy Bruce is a language enthusiast and a marketing professional rolled into one.