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A recent spike in worldwide carbon emissions growth was caused by the rebound from the global financial crisis and is likely to be a one-off, according to a new ANU study.
Professor Bruce Chapman from the College’s Crawford School has been named the most influential person in Australian higher education.
Australia needs to deepen its relationship with China if the two countries are to continue prospering from each other, according to a new ANU report.
League stars swap the boots for the books for Pacific studies camp.
Asian studies and art history graduate Dr Michael Brand is set to take up one of the highest-profile roles in the Australian art world, having just been named as the director of the Art Gallery of NSW.
Professor Peter Warr from the ANU College of Asia and the Pacific has taken out joint first prize in one of Australia’s premier economics journals
The ANU College of Asia and the Pacific is seeking four alumni to represent the College and ANU at the 2012 Global Emerging Voices program.
Five ANU students are heading to the Middle East as part of the world’s largest competition to beat global poverty, thanks to their innovative ideas on housing.
Asian Studies graduate Dr Michael Brand is set to take up one of the highest-profile roles in the Australian art world.
Meet Australia's first Indigneous female elected to a UN body.
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