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Campus - Social Sciences - 04.03.2022

Campus - 04.03.2022
Students taking GCSE Ancient History worry they appear ’elitist’ to friends and family
The tiny minority of state-educated students who take Ancient History at GCSE worry that the subject's exclusive reputation will brand them 'elitist' in the eyes of friends and relatives, research suggests.

Campus - 04.03.2022
Vast majority of cases cleared from ANU student residences
No new COVID-19 cases were reported in any of the University's residences today, with more than 700 ANU students living in on campus residences already cleared by ACT Health to leave self-isolation after fully recovering from COVID-19.

Health - Campus - 03.03.2022

Campus - 03.03.2022

Campus - 03.03.2022

Innovation - Campus - 03.03.2022
Las Vegas breakthrough
Las Vegas breakthrough
Ultra-fast capsules in vacuum tubes: All around the world, companies and research institutes are working on "Hyperloop" concepts.

Campus - Social Sciences - 03.03.2022

Event - Campus - 03.03.2022

Campus - Event - 02.03.2022

Campus - 02.03.2022

Campus - Social Sciences - 02.03.2022
Multi-state study of monetary sanctions finds widespread inequities, far-reaching consequences
A five-year, eight-state study of monetary sanctions - the fines and fees people are sentenced to for everything from a traffic citation to court costs following a felony conviction - reveals the dev

Campus - Environment - 01.03.2022

Career - Campus - 01.03.2022
Alumni Know: What do employees want?
Anne Fannon (MA '03) offers valuable insights about today's young workers and how employers can offer top talent the best experience  By Megan Vander Woude Office of Advancement Does working from home bring more work-life balance?

Campus - Social Sciences - 01.03.2022

Social Sciences - Campus - 01.03.2022
Monash Experts: International Women’s Day 2022
Monash University experts are available to be interviewed ahead of International Women's Day on Tuesday, 8 March.