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New ANU 'Kennedy School' to play leading national public policy role
New ANU 'Kennedy School' to play leading national public policy role

New ANU 'Kennedy School' to play leading national public policy role

In a major new boost to the University’s longstanding role in national public policy research, teaching and outreach, Vice-Chancellor Professor Ian Young announced today that a renamed and expanded Crawford School of Public Policy would become the ANU ‘gateway’ to public policy, on the same model as Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government.

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New ANU 'Kennedy School' to play leading national public policy role

http://news.anu.edu.au?p=14441

In a major new boost to the University’s longstanding role in national public policy research, teaching and outreach, Vice-Chancellor Professor Ian Young announced today that a renamed and expanded Crawford School of Public Policy would become the ANU ‘gateway’ to public policy, on the same model as Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government.

Indigenous high achievers honoured

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ANU staff and students were honoured for their outstanding achievements during the ACT and Region Indigenous Expo.

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“I travelled to ANU because of the university’s international reputation. This is the place where world-leading minds are meeting down the corridor. I want to make a real difference and I know that ANU graduates do.”

Corporate merchandise available now at ANU Shop

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The ANU Shop has a range of corporate merchandise available now.
Open Mon-Fri 10am-5pm, corner of Kingsley & Hutton St, ANU Exchange

Graduate Studies Information Evening

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Discover the range of graduate coursework & research programs available at ANU.
Tues 22 May 4-7pm, University House

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Tiny particles key to understanding early solar system

New research has answered a decades old cosmic conundrum on how ‘chondrules’ – tiny particles found within meteorites – could have formed in extreme heat.

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