“For the Love of Drawing” — A Symposium

“For the Love of Drawing” — A Symposium

'For the Love of Drawing' is a free public symposium featuring presentations from Andrew Sayers and other drawing experts. Friday 11 April, 2 – 5.30pm at Hayden Allen Tank, followed by a reception at the Drill Hall Gallery.

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New scholarships and grants for landscape conservation

New scholarships and grants for landscape conservation

Australian natural resource scientist, Dr Rob Lesslie, along with his family, have set up a generous endowment to help promote sustainable management of Australia’s natural landscape.

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ANU School of Music to host Haydn Ensemble

ANU School of Music to host Haydn Ensemble

On Monday 2 December, members of the University, Business Community, the Austrian Embassy, and the Australian Haydn Ensemble held a reception to celebrate two inspired gifts to the ANU School of Music and the ACT.

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Language studies boosted by anonymous donation

Language studies boosted by anonymous donation

A single anonymous donor has showed their support for the humanities by donating $1 million to enhance language studies at The Australian National University (ANU).

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ANU welcomes book donation from Swedish Embassy

ANU welcomes book donation from Swedish Embassy

The Ambassador of Sweden, HE Sven-Olof Petersson, has donated an internationally significant eight-volume series, The Linnaeus Apostles – Global Science & Adventure, to the University.

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2014 Tuckwell Scholars announced

2014 Tuckwell Scholars announced

Twenty-five bright, young scholars have been announced as the 25 successful recipients of the inaugural Tuckwell Sholarships.

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From small things, big things grow – a personal story of workplace giving

From small things, big things grow – a personal story of workplace giving

As Director of the Research School of Physics and Engineering, Professor Jim Williams prepares to retire, he reflects on his time at ANU and his motivations for donating through the University’s workplace giving program.

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At ANU we have over 20,000 staff
and students working towards a
greater future.

Their work spans a diverse and extensive range–from the development of anti-cancer drugs to the preservation of rare Pacific languages.

With Federal Government support, income from student fees, donations from the community and funding from grants and consultancies, we have built a world-class reputation of which the nation is extremely proud. Your donation will help build on these foundations and make a real difference to our community.

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What is Philanthropy?

Philanthropy is all about people. People giving to causes to improve the wellbeing of our community and each of the lives that contribute to it. Anyone can become a philanthropist, because it’s not about the size of your gift but about investing, whatever you can, in the future of people.

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ANU is Australia’s only national university.

Established by an Act of the Federal Parliament in 1946, ANU was created to support the development of national unity and identity and to improve Australia’s understanding of itself and its neighbours.

In the decades since its establishment, ANU has built an international reputation for excellence in research and education.

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When making a gift to ANU you have the opportunity to direct your support to where it matters most to you.

Your support will make a world of difference to our students, researchers, staff and community.

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Updated:  28 November 2012/ Responsible Officer:  Director of Alumni Relations & Philanthropy/ Page Contact:  Philanthropy