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And that’s a wrap

2019 has been full of lots of challenging but also rewarding moments for our university community. Here’s this year’s end-of-year video message from Vice-Chancellor Professor Brian Schmidt, with some special guest appearances from some familiar faces. This year’s video is to the theme of carpool karaoke. From On Campus to you and your families, we wish you all a happy and safe festive season. If you have the chance to relax with family, friends or have some downtime to recharge, enjoy it. See you in 2020!

» Take me to the VC’s end of year video

Coming soon to the laneway in Kambri

You will soon be able to buy a new bicycle or have your existing one repaired in the centre of campus again! Launching in February, the Postgraduate and Research Students’ Association is bringing PARSA Cycles to the ANU campus.

» Tell me more!


Christmas/New Year period business operating hours

There is no doubt that you’ve been wondering what businesses will be open on campus over the quieter period until the academic year resumes in 2020 for you to get your coffee fix! Well, wonder no more.

» What businesses are open over the break?

Meet Kevin Tiganna Tarian, PARSA’s 2020 Equity Officer

We asked him what his favourite movie is, his goals for 2020, his favourite meal and more.

» I’d like to read more about Kevin


Save the date! 2020 ANU Commencement Address

Come along in February to welcome our newest students to the ANU community at the annual Commencement Address.

» Read more

In other news

Grand Graduation, honorary doctorates and the college ceremonies: relive the December 2019 graduations week.

Three ANU alumni who graduated recently are bound for Oxford University as Rhodes Scholars.

The consultation period for the ANU Disability Action Plan has been extended so have your say, while there’s still time!

Sexual violence prevention strategy, strategic direction around Research and Innovation and more: Council News – Meeting: 6 December 2019.

Research performance, discussions around leaked exam papers, academic freedom and the data breach: the last Academic Board News (meeting 6) for 2019.

ANU researchers have received $1.3 million from the National Health and Medical Research Council for research into eliminating parasitic worms in Asia’s Lower Mekong Basin.

The ANU School Holiday Program is on again from 6-31 January 2020. Hosted by Communities at Work, visit their website for more information.

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