Linguistics student awarded PhD scholarship to Cambridge

Linguistics student awarded PhD scholarship to Cambridge

Master of General and Applied Linguistics (Advanced) graduate Li Nguyen initially had doubts about getting into the ANU.    “I thought maybe I’m not good...

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ANU 1st in Australia, 22nd in QS World Rankings

ANU 1st in Australia, 22nd in QS World Rankings

The Australian National University has maintained its place as the highest-ranked Australian University in the QS World University Rankings for 2016-17, and also the number one...

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Securing the Future, Multilingualism as a Social Resource

Securing the Future, Multilingualism as a Social Resource

Join us for a public lecture on multilingualism, which will be concluding the Symposium on bilingualism and multilingualism in education in the Oceania-Pacific region....

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First computer game in Ngaanyatjarra under development

First computer game in Ngaanyatjarra under development

Teenagers spend a lot of time on computer games, but few computer games draw on Indigenous languages and cultures.  Creating such a game is the...

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New words for Australian National Dictionary

New words for Australian National Dictionary

More than 6,000 new Australian words and phrases, including words from more than 100 Indigenous languages, have been officially recognised with the...

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Books that Changed Humanity: A Book Club with a Difference

Books that Changed Humanity: A Book Club with a Difference

The Humanities Research Centre at ANU launches a new initiative in August. Books that Changed Humanity is a book club with a difference. Each month on a Friday evening from 5:...

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World Map
Applications Open until 30 September for Ethel Tory Language Scholarships

Applications Open until 30 September for Ethel Tory Language Scholarships

Applications are now being accepted for 2016 Round 2 Ethel Tory Language Scholarships for all European and Middle Eastern Languages. Each year the ANU...

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Classics Museum

Visitors to the Classics Museum at ANU gain a taste of everyday life in the ancient world. The Classics Museum, established in 1962, displays a range of items that provide fascinating insights into the cultural practices of the ancient Greek and Roman worlds.

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