Student stories

Studying science at ANU is a lifetime experience. Find out why directly from our students.

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Pet project delivers more than animal health

Tamara Riley is combining her skills as a vet and studies in applied epidemiology to evaluate an animal health and management program in remote NT.

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Travel journal: learning on country

Students taking part in a new ANU Research School of Biology program have enjoyed an eye-opening experience in the Top End.

Head and shoulders portrait of Pallavi Venkatesh

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Graduating with a master’s degree AND a medical discovery

For her master’s degree in biotechnology, Pallavi Venkatesh didn’t just learn about the latest advances in medical science, she made some too.

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What I learned on One Tree Island

It’s hard to appreciate the sheer beauty of a coral reef unless you immerse yourself in the environment.

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Your local alchemist

Flexible double-degree student, Sasha Whittle, combines chemistry and art to make extraordinary things.

Hilman Fathoni receiving his University Medal from Naomi Flutter, Pro-Vice-Chancellor

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University Medal accolade for Master of Energy Change student

Recent graduate, Hilman Fathoni, is the first Master of Energy Change student to be honoured with an ANU University Medal.

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Rhodes Scholarship a dream come true for honours student.

Physics honours graduate Matt Goh is Oxford-bound after winning a Rhodes Scholarship.

Bobby Sun on One Tree Island

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What do you do if you love marine science - but can’t swim?

Bobby Sun loves the ocean and is about to graduate with a Bachelor of Science (Advanced) (Honours), specialising in marine science. And yet, she can't swim.

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How an internship can jump-start your start-up

Sherbaz says his current career trajectory was shaped by an internship experience he completed as part of his science program.

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Neuroscience grad has research on the brain

When you ask Ayla Venslovas about her fondest memory from her Master of Neuroscience at ANU, she says, without hesitation: doing the assignments.

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