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Tegan Clark travelled 2,500 kilometres to start university, but for someone who spends her nights staring up at the stars, that hardly seems any distance at all
Working full-time, Sai Lyons has found time to do her Masters with an all online program.
After seeing the film Gorillas in the Mist as a child, Dr Jodie Ward was inspired by the zoologist Dian Fossey to study a Bachelor of Science at ANU.
PhD student Thilaga Velusamy takes us on her journey from a small village in India, to research laboratories at the John Curtin School of Medical Research.
Regina Vega Trejo hopes that her research into inbreeding amongst species can help scientists discover why animals that are related are less likely to survive.
Within two days of Josh Penalba submitting his PhD, the Biology graduate started working in a lab at the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich.
Katherine Moon graduates with a PhD which investigated the oceanic dispersal of terrestrial ectoparasites associated with penguins.
Nur Diana Anuar describes the experience of completing her PhD as “a 100-metre sprint”. “I got to the end, and I thought, is it over already?”
When Dr Danielle Butler was working as a GP in rural and remote communities in the Northern Territory, she started to notice patterns.
Ram Parameswaran looked all over the world before choosing to study the Master of Energy Change degree at ANU.
Meet Karlie Noon, who is studying her Masters of Astronomy and Astrophysics at ANU.
Aaron Kirby discusses the impacts of climate change and explains how the Master of Climate change degree has helped him in his career.