This course takes students to Japan, where they learn about geological hazards and the latest science on how to reduce risk.
David Kainer's PhD research at ANU has landed him a postdoctoral position at the largest science and energy laboratory within the US Department of Energy.
Psychology PhD graduate Alison Christie spent a year meditating at a Buddhist monastery so that you don’t have to.
MChD graduate Amanda Steele’s connection to her country, the Wiradjuri country of central New South Wales, is as strong as her thick Chicago accent.
When Yunfei Ouyang graduates this December, he will enter the ANU history books as the first ever graduate of the Bachelor of Mathematical Science.
Georgia put her global health and development knowledge to the test as a youth delegate at the APEC Summit in Vietnam.
Somewhere along the line I had been mistaken for someone smarter, and eventually I would be found out. So, what did I do? I smiled and I faked it.
There’s a part of Greece that doesn’t feature in the travel guides: its world-class metamorphic eclogite-blueschist terranes.
Fourth year science student, Elmie shares some of her reasons for choosing ANU and why she thinks Canberra is the hidden gem of Australia.
Like many Earth Science students, my passion for geoscience began with a simple fascination in volcanoes and earthquakes.
Third year medical student Lissy McLinton talks about her placement in the Northern Territory.
Moving to a new country, making new friends and settling into a new environment might sound like an introverts nightmare, but not for psychology student Shaza.