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20
Jul
‘16

Biological Anthropology Postgrads Shine at ANU’s Student Research Conference

Biological Anthropology Postgrads Shine at ANU’s Student Research Conference Dr Geoff Kushnick I’m pleased to report on the distinguished accomplishments of two Biological Anthropology postgraduate students with whom I’ve...

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14
Jul
‘16

Honours for ANU biological anthropologist

Honours for ANU biological anthropologist An ANU biological anthropologist known for her work preserving endangered species of primates has been recognised as a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy for outstanding teaching. Dr Alison Behie...

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14
Jul
‘16

RIBCHESTER VIDEO DIARY No. 05

RIBCHESTER VIDEO DIARY NO. 05  

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29
Jun
‘16

RIBCHESTER VIDEO DIARY No. 03

RIBCHESTER VIDEO DIARY NO. 03  

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29
Jun
‘16

RIBCHESTER VIDEO DIARY No. 02

RIBCHESTER VIDEO DIARY NO. 02

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28
Jun
‘16

Fellow of the Higher Education Academy - Dr Alison Behie

Congratulations on becoming a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. Alison has been a lecturer in Biological Anthropology since 2011 and Head of Discipline since 2015. Her research focuses on how severe environmental change impacts population...

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28
Jun
‘16

Call for more animal welfare controls in Chinese research

Call for more animal welfare controls in Chinese research FRIDAY 10 JUNE 2016 Researchers from The Australian National University (ANU) have urged China to have more stringent laws for medical research on primates, as China has become a hub for...

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27
May
‘16

New Indigenous community approach to archaeology

New Indigenous community approach to archaeology LINK TO ARTICLE FRIDAY 27 MAY 2016 A small archaeology project in the ACT suburb of Griffith is helping flip the way The Australian National University (ANU) School of Archaeology and Anthropology...

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17
May
‘16

ANUreporter : Redefining the conversation

Human trafficking has long been a huge dilemma for governments worldwide. Link to item Redefining the conversation - Dr Sverre Molland Human trafficking has long been a huge dilemma for governments worldwide. But viewing it as a solution, rather...

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17
May
‘16

Microfinance impact mixed: ANU study

Microfinance impact mixed: ANU study LINK: to article Friday 6 May 2016 Research by Australian National University (ANU) anthropologist Dr Caroline Schuster has found microfinance loans are not as effective for fighting poverty as many had...

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