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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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29 Mar 2021

A legacy in motion

The late Emeritus Professor John Love, whom you may have known, established the Love Scholarships during his lifetime. The Love Scholarships offer鈥

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29 Mar 2021

Backing the next generation of rural leaders

Rural inventor and philanthropist George Alexander AM set up the George Alexander Foundation in 1972, and it continues to support undergraduate鈥

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29 Mar 2021

Renewing University House 鈥 the heart of ANU

"It is building number one on campus," says Peter Kanowski (BSc (Forestry) (Hons) ('82) , Master of House at University House. University House鈥

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29 Mar 2021

A lasting gift of friendship

To give without seeing impact within your lifetime is a truly thoughtful and selfless act. It is what makes Springbank Circle members such a鈥

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29 Mar 2021

Giving students stability

A university education changes lives. In 2020, due to the impact of COVID-19, many students had to make difficult choices between continuing their鈥

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29 Mar 2021

How Ally kept the music playing

When the pandemic disrupted Ally Howe's plans to learn from leading musicians in the US, the 2020 Friends of the School of Music Grant helped her鈥

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29 Mar 2021

Easing the landscape for difficult birds

The unprecedented weather conditions of 2020 were exceptionally challenging for 'difficult birds' - Australia's most endangered birds. The added鈥

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29 Mar 2021

Today鈥檚 Indigenous scholars are tomorrow鈥檚 leaders

To deliver on our responsibility to our nation's First Peoples, ANU is committed to increasing the recruitment and success of Indigenous students.鈥

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19 Feb 2021

Powering new possibilities in cancer treatments

Cancer is a major cause of death in the developed world. In Australia, one in two men and one in three women will suffer from cancer by the time鈥

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