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Peer study groups, Wellness Wednesdays and Self-Care Saturdays – how the Wright Hall community has been handling the pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has tipped the world’s concept of ‘normal’ on its head, and has forced our society, and our University, to rethink the way we interact with each other. This fortnight we focus on Wright Hall and the efforts they’ve gone to so students remain connected.

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Vice-Chancellor’s forum for students (recorded)

On Wednesday 10 June, Professor Schmidt hosted a forum with students via Zoom.

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Student grades for Semester 1 2020

We recognise that 2020 has been a very disruptive time for you and your learning. To assist students during this time, a new grading system has been developed for Semester 1, 2020, allowing you to opt-in to change your grades to CRS (Course Requirements Satisfied) or CRN (Course Requirements Not Satisfied). CRS and CRN grades will not be included in GPA calculations. More information on this new grading system can be found on our FAQs page.

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Tips to maintain your mental health and wellbeing during the pandemic

How have you been coping during the pandemic? Have you been looking at ways to maintain your mental health during these abnormal times? The ANU Research School of Psychology has a free webinar that looks at exactly this.

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Awards fit for a queen

Four ANU researchers and teachers, one graduate and a former fellow have all been recognised in the 2020 Queen's Birthday Honours.

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Hear from experts about our future post-COVID-19

This week the ANU Crawford Leadership Forum steps up a notch, as they host a series of forums relating to Australia, Asia and the Pacific on topics including COVID-19, the future and climate change.

» Register now for each panel session


Does meditation change your brain?

According to ANU experts, it does!

» Find out how

In other news

Emergency Undergraduate Accommodation Bursaries have been extended to international students and retrospective applications will be considered. Visit our website to submit an application.

A ‘classic’ of the Classics Museum has returned home following the January hailstorm.

The man behind a geological tool used to measure rock formation, Mervyn Paterson, has died aged 95. Professor Paterson is considered one of the forefathers of the ANU Research School of Earth Sciences and his machine, the ‘Paterson apparatus’, is still in operation today. 

Have you been finding it tough to sort the facts from the fiction on COVID-19? The ANU Research School of Psychology has teamed up with the Black Dog Institute to offer a free webinar on the impact of information (and misinformation) on mental health and wellbeing during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Engineer and ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science Deputy Dean Professor Nick Birbilis was recently announced as a Fellow in electrochemistry.  


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