Awards for contributions to ANU and the community

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The ANU College of Law academics Asmi Wood, Matthew Rimmer and Michael Coper will receive awards recognising their outstanding contributions to The Australian National University and the wider community in the 2013 Vice-Chancellor's Awards.

Senior Lecturer Asmi Wood will receive the Vice-Chancellor's Award for Reconciliation, recognising his contributions to implementing strategies to increase the participation rate of Indigenous Australian students in undergraduate, graduate coursework and/or higher degree studies.

Associate Professor Matthew Rimmer will receive a Vice-Chancellor's Award for Public Policy and Outreach in recognition of the influence and benefit of public contributions to public policy and debate.

Both of these awards will be presented at the annual Awards Ceremony on November 26.

The Chancellor's Award for Distinguished Contribution to the University, which will be presented at the Conferring of Degrees ceremony in December, has been awarded to Michael Coper. This award is made in recognition of 'contributions to the economic, cultural, scientific or social development of Australia or the international community which have demonstrated eminent achievement and merit of the highest degree'.

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