By Emeritus Professor Kathryn Robinson
ANU Thrive, Engagement and Success and School of Culture, History & Language (CHL) organised a fun-filled afternoon of dumpling folding and conversations this week.
That’s ‘Welcome’ in Bahasa Indonesia.
The show must go on, is what's often said after the passing of a loved one.
There’s a buzz in the air. Can you hear it? Bzzzz! On 20 May, communities globally celebrated World Bee Day, folks! And no, we’re not pollen your leg.
Professor Simon Haberle, Matthew Adeleye and David Bowman at the Tasmania Fire Centre just completed another amazing phase of fieldwork on Three Hummock Island (lutruwita/Tasmania), combining palae
Malaysian New Wave independent film maker Tan Chui Mui had her latest film, Barbarian Invasion screen at the ANU Malaysia Institute film night on Monday evening.
“On one hand, unmarried middle-class [Chinese] women in the single-child generations are encouraged to develop themselves as professional human capital through international education, molding the
In the wake of ongoing pressure on language programs in Australia, and the ongoing challenge of transition between online and in-class teaching, the Student Motivations project was conceptualised t
Back in 2014, Australia’s then Minister of Foreign Affairs (2013–2018) and now ANU Chancellor, The Honourable Julie Bishop, was the architect of a signature Federal Government initiative—the New Co