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13
Dec
2011
In the media

Liz Keogh, Anne Macduff and Aliya Steed  have been awarded a 2012 Teaching Enhancement Grant for their project "Teaching Law students to deal with emotion through authentic learning experiences."

02
Dec
2011
In the media

ANU Vice-Chancellor, Professor Ian Young, has recognised the contribution that staff make to the level of public debate through the annual Media Awards.

06
Nov
2011

The winners of the ANU College of Law Award for Teaching Excellence were announced at the Denouement Dinner held on 6 December 2011.

Congratulations to Helen Bermingham and Wayne Morgan for achieving this accolade.» read more

11
Jul
2010

ANU College of law lecturer Asmi Wood was doubly honoured at the mid-year graduation ceremony, with the award of his PhD and a Vice Chancellor's Award for Teaching Excellence.

Australia is seeking the extradition from Turkey of Neil Prakash, an Australian citizen who is accused of being a leading propagandist and recruiter for Islamic State (IS).
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Australia is seeking the extradition from Turkey of Neil Prakash, an Australian citizen who is accused of being a leading propagandist and recruiter for Islamic State (IS).

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