Dr Kate Grarock is a nominee for the 2019 ACT Australian of the year.
If you were capable of doing a job which could help more people than any other job in the world, why wouldn’t you do it?
Alexandra Catling indulges in her passion for scientific research on a trip to south east Asian forests. And discovers leeches.
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
Kate Holland takes us on a field trip to the Great Barrier Reef to learn how coral reefs are built and destroyed.
Meet the Fenner School alumni who are now running Tasmania's first Christmas tree farm.
The one-year program takes you around Australia, providing specialist training in science communication performance.
Working full-time, Sai Lyons has found time to do her Masters with an all online program.
In August, Fenner School of Environment and Society students travelled to Mexico to attend the 46th annual International Forestry Students' Symposium (...
As part of my Environment and Sustainability degree I had the privilege of studying ‘The Future of Food’ over the winter break at Yale University in the US.
As a part of the ENVS2018 Environmental Science Field School course, we spent a week on ANU’s coastal campus at Kioloa.
In the heart of the dry rangelands, competing interests for resource use can cause tension between those involved, particularly in crucial times of drought.