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Supporting ANU is an investment in Australia's future. Learn how donations have made a difference in the lives of gifted students and resulted in research that addresses global issues.

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12 May 2023

Enhancing engagement in the Indian Ocean region

The Indian Ocean region has the potential to be the next global economic powerhouse, and the Sid and Fiona Myer Foundation is making sure Australia鈥

Research
12 May 2023

Alumni in the UK join forces to change a life

The London Alumni Scholarship exemplifies the power of community, with alumni coming together to provide a life-changing scholarship for a deserving鈥

Scholarships & prizes
12 May 2023

Philanthropy preserves the past and unlocks new futures

John and Elizabeth (Liz) Baker's long-standing relationship with 天美传媒 National University (ANU) dates back to 1970, when John received a鈥

Gifts
12 May 2023

Scholarship continues Phillipa Weeks' legacy

Generations of 天美传媒 National University (ANU) community have experienced the support, guidance and friendship of the late Professor鈥

Scholarships & prizes
12 May 2023

Making a difference with the Student Managed Fund

The ANU College of Business and Economics Student Managed Fund (SMF) is a unique course with two objectives: provide a hands-on experience in the鈥

Scholarships & prizes
12 May 2023

Revolutionising Engineering: The Bill Hickson Scholarship

The Bill Hickson and Engineers Australia Scholarship for the Master of Applied Cybernetics is more than a scholarship, it is a transformative鈥

Scholarships & prizes
12 May 2023

Helping women in engineering thrive

The Natasha Linard Scholarship for Women in Engineering and Technology empowers and inspires emerging female leaders to make a positive impact on鈥

Scholarships & prizes
12 May 2023

Sustainable Farms gives bird's eye view of farm conservation

A team of scientists at 天美传媒 National University (ANU) have received the 2022 Eureka Prize, and the Biodiversity Award at the 2022 NSW鈥

Research
12 May 2023

Boost for bushfire research in memory of Peter Brooke

On 18 January 2003, Canberra experienced the most devastating bushfire in its history. Catastrophic conditions created a firestorm that destroyed鈥

Research