Studying science at ANU is a lifetime experience. Find out why directly from our students.
What do you do after embarking on a career in visual arts? Study applied mathematics, obviously.
Jordan is researching a non-invasive way to detect elevated blood glucose levels in people who exhibit pre-diabetic symptoms.
Amber Condell likes stories - both hearing them and telling them. That’s why she likes studying genetics.
As she graduates from her environment and law double degree, Jharna Chamlagai reflects on her experiences at university.
My name is Tamara and I am a 3rd-year student studying chemistry and science communication. I am also one of the peer mentors at ANU Thrive. I am very fortunate to work in a department that promotes wellbeing within the ANU community. Having supportive colleagues and a nurturing work environment is very valuable to me, particularly in challenging times like this.
I completed my dissertation in the field of sustainable agriculture. Through grant funding provided by the university, I was given the unique opportunity to visit a small-scale irrigation scheme in the south of Zimbabwe.
Doing a PhD can be a long and difficult journey. Make sure you prepare yourself for the challenge and try to find a good support system to help you through the rough times.
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