COVID-19: ANU Classes to Move Online

March 17, 2020 Hayley Hands 0

By Declan Milton and Hayley Hands ANU has announced it is preparing for a transition to “full online delivery” of classes in the upcoming week. In an email to staff and students on 17 March, Vice-Chancellor Brian Schmidt stated colleges

Diploma of Languages reinstated for 2021

February 28, 2020 Helena Burke 0

By Helena Burke The Diploma of Languages program has been reinstated for 2021. The program was cancelled in 2018 as part of the Federal Government’s $2.2 billion cuts to university funding in December 2017. Speaking to Observer, an ANU spokesperson

Catch-Up Week 6

News You Might Have Missed: Week 6

April 7, 2019 Sofia Berezin 0

Sofia Berezin The mid-semester break has finally arrived! If you’ve been busy trekking to the Croatian Club for your exams, here’s some news you might have missed. Research and Academia ANU ecologist Professor David Lindenmayer was been elected as a

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Marnie Hughes-Warrington to Step Down

October 22, 2018 Taz Hudson 0

Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic) (DVCA) Professor Marnie Hughes-Warrington, first of her name, announced last week that she will be stepping down from her role on 31 December 2018. Hughes-Warrington has been in the position since 2012. In a Tumblr post about

NTEU Members vote on EA

NTEU and ANU Conclude Enterprise Agreement

October 27, 2017 Valerie Ng 0

ANU staff have voted in favour of the new 2017-2020 Enterprise Agreement, ending the seven month bargaining process between the National Tertiary Education Union (NTEU) and ANU. Superannuation will increase for fixed term but not casual staff, and the union

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NTEU Protests Cuts to Higher Education

August 8, 2017 Jason Pover 0

Jason Pover & Skanda Panditharatne Staff and students protested today against imminent cuts to tertiary education funding in an event organised by the National Tertiary Education Union (NTEU). The cuts, apparently worth $15 million for ANU, will go before the