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Simon Haberle with Natalie Maras

Partner’s in pollen

ANU College of Asia and the Pacific has been gifted unique pollen particle sculptures from scientist and artist, Natalie Maras.

Image: Riza Fathoni/Kompas

Australian Academy of the Humanities welcomes Professor Ariel Heryanto as a new Fellow

Professor Ariel Heryanto from ANU School of Culture, History and Language has been elected to the Fellowship Australian Academy of the Humanities, one of the highest academic honours in Australia.

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ANU awarded seven New Colombo Plan Scholarships for 2017

Seven ANU students have been selected for the Australian Government's New Colombo Plan (NCP) Scholarship for 2017.

Ethel Tory Entrance

Success at CAP Staff Awards

In this year's ANU College of Asia and the Pacific Teaching and Dean's Award's, the following School member's were successful:

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ANU Postgraduate Information Evening

Advance your career with a postgraduate qualification from Australia's leading university.

Junket in Hong Kong Harbour

Funding Success

Congratulations to Matt Tomlinson, Kirin Narayan, Ken George, Simon Haberle, Michele Langley and Katerina Teaiwa on their successful applications in this years ARC Discovery, DECRA and Marsden Fund

10 – 11 November 2016-Ideas from India: an update on contemporary India

Venue

Hedley Bull Centre (130), Garran Road, ANU

Date

Thursday, 10 November, 2016 - 09:00 to Friday, 11 November, 2016 - 15:00

Nuon Chea, image courtesy of eccc.gov.kh

Silences at the Khmer Rouge Tribunal

Nuon Chea, ‘Brother Number Two’ of the Khmer Rouge, is currently on trial for crimes against humanity and genocide.

Colours of Japan, image courtesy of Yiannis Theologos Michellis

Is racial purity a predeterminant of beauty?

On 5 September, Priyanka Yoshikawa – born in Tokyo to a Japanese mother and Indian father – was selected to represent her country as Miss World Japan 2016.

Image courtesy of Yu-Hua Chen

Why Taiwan? China’s Search for Buffers

Since the new Taiwan president Tsai Ing-wen took office this May, the People’s Republic of China (PRC) has not changed its Taiwan policy in any substantial way.

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