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Bianca Hennessy: Graduation Profile

Bianca Hennessy came to ANU from Newcastle in the hope of pursuing something a bit different from the usual Arts degree.

Congratulations, CHL Grads!

Every July and December, we as a community get the chance to watch achievers from diverse walks of life shine in their special moment, carrying their dreams, aspirations, goals and their ANU legacy

ANU Thrive-CHL: Bibimbap and Chats

ANU Thrive and CHL had a great time making bibimbap together recently.  Everyone worked together to make all the different side dishes, which put together, made bibimbap.

Fieldwork Showcase: King Island (lutruwita/Tasmania)

Professor Simon Haberle and his team just completed an amazing week with the Working on Country rangers Jarrod, Steele and Cradle Coast NRM intern Fox on King Island (lutruwita/Tasmania).

Gifts of Life: The Generosity of Mr Lloyd Monsbourgh

Passion is what drives Mr Lloyd Monsbourgh, an alum of the ANU BA Asian Studies (1972) program. And ANU is one of his most enduring passions.

Reminiscing Chapters Old, Reviving Chapters New…

Celebrating the Multifaceted Achievements of Associate Professor Hyung-A Kim

International Yoga Day 2022: Pose. Pause. Reflect.

Every year, 21 June is a time set aside globally to reflect upon one a global phenomenon of popular culture, so to speak. We’re taking about International Yoga Day.

Distinguished Professor Sue O'Connor on fieldwork inside caves

Genetic intermixing in Indonesia led to Pacific cultural explosion

From the original ANU Media Release published here

Taungurung Tales

One of the great challenges facing academia in Australia, especially in the sciences, is the capacity to include, and be inclusive of, Indigenous knowledge systems.


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