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Fieldwork Showcase: The combined CHL-Fenner School Palaeoenvironments Course

The combined CHL-Fenner School Palaeoenvironments Course provided a fantastic experience in the field.

CHL Welcome Back to Campus Morning Tea: Media Gallery

The Coombs Tea Room was the perfect venue for a special CHL 2022 Welcome Back to Campus morning tea.

Loops of Memory Workshop: Media Gallery

In contrast to memory practices focused on compressed moments in time, “slow memory” depicts individual and community responses that unfold gradually, often with the goal of remembering transformat

CHL HDR Orientation and Afternoon Tea: Media Gallery

Welcome to the image gallery of the 2022 CHL HDR Student Orientation Day!

Photo credit: Najeeb's Facebook profile

Remembering Najeeb

By Ms Nenen Ilahi

"Bu, apa kabar? Saya bantu ya?” (How are you Bu? I’ll help you with this ok?)

Harmony in Bamboo

Late last month, Harmony Week was observed across Australia to celebrate the nation’s cultural diversity, inclusiveness, respect and common sense of belonging.

Meet Jayne Fendyk: 2022 Westpac Future Leader and ANU-CHL MAPS student

"Becoming a Westpac Scholar is my greatest achievement to date, and an important reminder to put yourself forward and apply (even if it feels uncomfortable!)" Jayne Fendyk

Dr Larissa Schneider: Recipient of the 2022 Emerging Researcher Award, ICMGP (International Conference on Mercury as a Global Pollutant)

She’s an environmental scientist, the founder of Mercury Australia, and an early career DECRA Research Fellow at CHL’s Department of Archaeology and Natural History.

Mrs Friederike Schimmelpfennig (Information Access Coordinator - East and Central Asia), Dr Angie Bexley, Prof. Kathryn Robinson, Dr Eva Nisa, Ms Nithiwadee (Wan) Chitravas (Information Access Coordinator - South Asia Southeast Asia and the Middle East), Ms Kathryn Dan (University Archivist, Associate Director Records & Archives), Mrs Jacky Clements (Information Access and Collection Management Coordinator - Pacific, Anthropology and International Relations), Mrs Miyuki Matthews (Information Access and User

Morning tea at Menzies Library

The Menzies Client Services team is focused on delivering a high level of support to academics, researchers and students who are primarily working and studying in the Asia-Pacific disciplines, but

The Coombs Tea Room Reopens: Image Gallery

The Coombs Tea Room is finally open! CAP colleagues gathered here last week to celebrate the launch of the room and to catch up with one another over refreshments and drinks.


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