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Helen Clark spoke at the ANU in March. Photo: Dave Fanner/ANU


Helen Clark: Politics, policy, and a healthy human future

Health and human security are fundamentally valued in all societies, and transformative change is needed to ensure a healthier future for all.

Hands holding a brain that shows a network of ideas against a sunrise backdrop


A new ANU course to explore the complex relationship between mind and brain

In a first of its kind in Australia, ANU is offering a single degree program – a Bachelor of Philosophy, Neuroscience and Psychology (BPNP) – that provides a unique opportunity for undergraduate students to explore the complex relationships between mind and brain through a transdisciplinary lens.

person at a desk doing mindfulness exercise


Mind Seeds helping communities to flourish

The Mind Seeds program is flourishing with a series of animated videos to help people think flexibly, and to practice self-compassion and mindfulness.

Professor Russell Gruen, Dean ANU College of Health and Medicine and Martin Bowles, National CEO, Calvary Health Care.


ANU and Calvary Health Care - a partnership for health system innovation

ANU and Calvary Health Care have formalised a partnership that extends their joint activities, beyond the ACT to Calvary Health Care nationally.

AIHW and ANU MoU signing


ANU and AIHW to partner on big health data

A partnership that will bring together data and academic expertise to tackle challenges in Australia’s health system.


What do our climate refugees look like?

When the bushfires hit the town of Drake in NSW, Rod Simpson says he became one of Australia's first climate refugees.

Top honour for Associate Professor Paul Craft


A culture of enquiry and innovation drives top honours for ANU Associate Professor

ANU graduate and honorary professor awarded an Order of Australia for significant service to medicine, oncology, and professional organisations.

The four inspirational Canberrans – Timothy Miller, Patricia Anderson AO, Professor Brendan Murphy and Tara McClelland. Photo courtesy of Australian of the Year Awards


ANU honorary academic and leading experts awarded 2021 ACT Australian of the Year Awards

Professor Brendan Murphy and Patricia Anderson AO are among four inspirational Canberrans recognised as part of this year’s ACT Australian of the Year Awards.