New developments at ANU
Media release: A new meeting place for Canberra opens in the heart of ANU
Kambri, a $260 million redevelopment at The Australian National University , and a new meeting place for the Canberra and ANU communities, has opened with five new buildings, a tree-lined promenade and a range of shops and services.
The thriving precinct includes a student residential hall, teaching and learning facilities, a health and life centre and more than 40 shops and retailers.
"The opening of Kambri represents a new chapter in the history of our campus,” Professor Schmidt said.
Media release: Grand Graduation kicks off new ANU tradition
The Australian National University (ANU) held its first ever Grand Graduation event on Tuesday 10 December 2019 – which brought the whole community together to celebrate graduands.
The ceremony saw more than 2,300 people gather on University Avenue to celebrate graduating students, including their family members and friends, mentors and teachers.
Grand Graduation featured a student parade as well as a picnic for students and their guests and allowed students to celebrate their achievements with the people who supported them throughout their studies.
"This is an exciting new tradition," ANU Vice-Chancellor Professor Brian Schmidt AC said.