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23
Nov
2017

ANUCES team wins VC's award for Public Policy & Outreach

ANU Centre for European Studies (ANUCES) staff received the Vice-Chancellor's Staff Excellence Award for Public Policy and Outreach, presented in the Staff Excellence Awards ceremony at University House on 22 November. The team consisted of ANUCES representatives from across the University: James Cameron, Nicholas Simoes da Silva, Dr Annmarie Elijah, Paul Gretton, Associate Professor Donald Kenyon AM, Professor Jacqueline Lo and Associate...Read more

20
Nov
2017

The Interpretation of Global Politics - Conference Videos

On 2-3 November 2017 the School of Poltics and International Relations was proud to host the international conference The Interpretation of Global Politics: methods and epistemologies after the event . Below are some videos taken at the conference. More videos will be added in the near future. 1. Conference introduction given by the convenor Dr April Biccum . 2. Conference Round Table (all) 3. Conference Round Table 4. Round Table Q&ARead more

20
Nov
2017

Top 5 Books: October

ANCLAS Senior Associate, Dr. Sean W. Burges's book, Brazil in the World: The International Relations of a South American Giant , has just been put on the top five books for October by the London-based Chatham House journal International Affairs . The link is here: https://medium.com/international-affairs-blog/top-5-books-october-8ddb9c4d77b6Read more

20
Nov
2017

Scholars win top prize from Institute of Public Administration Australia

Two scholars of The Australian National University have won a major award from the Institute of Public Administration Australia for an essay based on their public policy research. Professor Darren Halpin and Emeritus Professor John Warhurst received the Sam Richardson Award for the most influential paper in the Australian Journal of Public Administration in 2016. Their “Commercial Lobbying in Australia: Exploring the Federal Lobby Register”...Read more

07
Nov
2017

Horizon 2020: Research Collaboration with the European Union

The ANU Centre for European Studies hosted an information seminar on the Horizon 2020 research funding program. Horizon 2020 is the biggest EU Research and Innovation programme ever, with nearly €80 billion of funding available over 7 years (2014 to 2020). The seminar explored long term research collaboration opportunities with Europe, and the larger benefits of international collaboration, in order to assist ANU researchers and research...Read more

30
Oct
2017

Palaszczuk’s poll will be a wild ride

Professor John Wanna has offered his perspective on the Queensland State Election in a comment piece for The Australian . Read the article here , or view it below.Read more

23
Oct
2017

Colin Tatz honoured for contribution to genocide and race studies

SPIR Visitor Colin Tatz has been honoured for his contribution to genocide and race studies. At the Sydney launch of his most recent book, Australia’s Unthinkable Genocide , Geoffrey Robertson QC, Tanya Plibersek MP, and Mark Tedeschi were among the speakers who paid tribute to Professor Tatz. Read more about the event in this article from the journal Plus61.Read more

13
Oct
2017

ACF is now a permanent member of the IACFS

We are very pleased to announced that the ACF has been formally voted and made a permanent member of The International Association of Centers for Federal Studies (IACFS) and that we will be hosting the 2018 IACFS congress in Canberra. For more information please visit: http://iacfs.org/Read more

10
Oct
2017

Elizabeth Buchanan wins NATO Defense College Fellowship

A young scholar in The Australian National University’s Centre for European Studies is heading to Rome to start her fellowship with the NATO Defense College. Elizabeth Buchanan , (PhD expected ’17), who is also a Europa Fellow at the Centre, will study the military alliance’s Arctic strategy during her semester at the College. She is the Centre’s second scholar to secure a NATO Defense College Fellowship in 2017, after Associate Professor Stefan...Read more

05
Oct
2017

Canadian political scientist visiting ANU to study electoral system

Endeavour Research Fellow Dr Holly Ann Garnett has been fascinated by political science and elections since childhood. A postdoctoral fellow at the University of British Columbia, Dr Garnett is currently a visiting scholar at the ANU School of Politics and International Relations as part of her Endeavour scholarship . While in Canberra, she’ll be studying Australia’s national elections body. Her research areas include electoral integrity and...Read more

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