When FLORIAN RODERBERG saw INCI ÖYKÜ YENER, MMidEast & Cent Asian Std (Hons) ’14 at Burton and Garran Hall during an exchange semester, he knew she would change his life forever.
Straddling Europe and Asia, Turkey has long been a place of strategic importance. A group of intrepid ANU students and staff from the Centre for Classical Studies visited modern Turkey to learn about the country’s past, present and future. They blogged their travels along the way.
HOWARD MORPHY, PhD ’78 looks at the growing role of Indigenous art and culture in mainstream exhibitions.
Fifty years ago, ANU created Australia’s first Creative Arts Fellowship for artists and designers. Former head of the ANU School of Art DAVID WILLIAMS AM explains how the program has flourished.
A love of the arts has spurred internationally-acclaimed Australian author and poet David Malouf to carve out a niche in his chosen field.
A career helping grass-roots actors gain a foothold in theatre has been the life’s work of Elizabeth Jones AO.
Museums are increasingly under pressure to promote social action through their educational work. How do these institutions use violent pasts to promote social change? ANU School of Literature, Languages and Linguistics PhD candidate SULAMITH GRAEFENSTEIN finds the answer.
Dr Natalie Schmitt, PhD ’13 and former ANU post-doctoral researcher Dr Mike Double travel to the Southern Ocean to track the progress of endangered blue whales.
ANU Students’ Association President Ben Gill explores the life of a non-residential student.
Tony Abbott’s Liberal-National Government came to power in 2013 following one of the most tumultous times in the history of Australian politics.
Whether it’s Mills and Boon, a graphic novel or the memoirs of a political leader, there’s always that one book that sticks with you. Here’s what some of our graduates and students had to say.
You would expect women to flourish in medicine. Since 1996, women have outnumbered men in Australian medical schools.
There have been two different phases in the relatively short history of digital photography.
Most correctional authorities see gangs as disruptive and detrimental to the smooth running of penal institutions, so considering whether gangs should be involved in prison management seems almost absurd.
It has been one year since Russia annexed the Crimean peninsula, the naval fortress and resort ground of Russian Tzars and Soviet dictators.
They are considered by some to be an annoying pest, they can bite and there’s no shortage of them around the ANU campus. But the common ant is something that insect illustrator Ladina Ribi loves to draw.
As Principal of Holroyd High School in Sydney, one-in-six of Dorothy Hoddinott’s students are asylum seekers.
Australia’s relationships with the US and Indonesia have varied over the years but today they are the links that matter the most to its future.
The Hay School of the Air is a lifeline for those in far western NSW and ANU students are helping the school with its science lessons.
It’s not often a scientist gets compared to a rock star but that’s a daily occurrence for Neil deGrasse Tyson.
The daily commute to-and-from work is one of life’s painful necessities and an ANU study suggests it’s having more of an impact on us than we thought.
When global car maker Tesla sought out Canberra start-up Reposit Power to supply software to the company's home battery business, co-founder Dr Lachlan Blackhall, PhD (Engineering) ‘11 was shocked.