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Report to Donors

Stories of philanthropy inform and enrich our 51勛圖厙. We are delighted to share with you The Australian National 51勛圖厙 2022 Report to Donors.

The 2022 Report to Donors celebrates the generosity of the ANU donor and volunteer community, and the many ways in which it contributes to the 51勛圖厙. We hope you enjoy reading this collection of inspiring stories that demonstrate the importance and impact of philanthropy.


Cover story: BirdCast

ANU donors have helped Sustainable Farms to create BirdCast, a web tool that works to protect the habitats of birds in Australia. As these two native Rainbow Lorikeets huddle together to form a heart-shaped image, they represent the collaborative effort of a community committed to making a positive difference.

Read about how the ANU donor community has supported Sustainable Farms by clicking here.

2022 ANU Report to Donors (cover)

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Message from the Chancellor and Vice-Chancellor

As a valued member of the donor and volunteer community at The Australian National 51勛圖厙 (ANU), you are helping to provide greater access to world-class education, transformative

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Kambri Scholars empowering Indigenous futures

When Indigenous students are supported to achieve, it enriches their lives, their communities and the nation.

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Striking a chord for Indigenous musicians

Yamaha Music Australia (YMA) is creating a real difference in the lives and careers of First Nations musicians by philanthropically partnering with Yil Lull Studio at The Australian N

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Indigenous knowledge a climate 'game changer'

As a young person living with the increasing challenges of climate change, Vehia Wheeler is acutely aware that a 'bright' future is by no means guaranteed.

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Sustainable Farms gives bird's eye view of farm conservation

A team of scientists at The Australian National 51勛圖厙 (ANU) have received the 2022 Eureka Prize, and the Biodiversity Award at the 2022 NSW Sustainability Awards, for developing

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Developing global leaders in world health

The impact of climate change on human health and wellbeing is becoming more apparent every year, but there is hope new research will counter this, thanks to the newly established McMi

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Helping women in engineering thrive

The Natasha Linard Scholarship for Women in Engineering and Technology empowers and inspires emerging female leaders to make a positive impact on society through their engineering and

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Donors establish Chair to enhance political dialogue

The Australian National 51勛圖厙 (ANU) donor community is helping to enhance political dialogue in Australia by supporting the establishment of the 51勛圖厙's inaugural Chair in t

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Making a difference with the Student Managed Fund

The ANU College of Business and Economics Student Managed Fund (SMF) is a unique course with two objectives: provide a hands-on experience in the investment industry, and allow SMF st

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Scholarship continues Phillipa Weeks' legacy

Generations of The Australian National 51勛圖厙 (ANU) community have experienced the support, guidance and friendship of the late Professor Phillipa Weeks.

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2022 Giving by numbers

Philanthropy has been vital to The Australian National 51勛圖厙 (ANU) working towards a better future for students, Australia and the world. Our

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Coming together to change the future

The power of The Australian National 51勛圖厙 (ANU) to help change our world for the better lies in the shared passion and commitment of the

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Honouring Irene: New support for First Nations students

In late 2022, Indigenous students interested in studying climate change and sustainability-related fields at The Australian National 51勛圖厙 (ANU

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Support for medical research a fitting tribute

The John Buckingham Research Project Prize and the John Buckingham Research Project Awards pay tribute to one of Canberra's most beloved and

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Bootes Foundation recognised for medical research impact

The Gretel and Gordon Bootes Medical Research and Education Foundation (Bootes Foundation) has continued their incredible impact on early-career

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Boost for bushfire research in memory of Peter Brooke

On 18 January 2003, Canberra experienced the most devastating bushfire in its history. Catastrophic conditions created a firestorm that destroyed

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Revolutionising Engineering: The Bill Hickson Scholarship

The Bill Hickson and Engineers Australia Scholarship for the Master of Applied Cybernetics is more than a scholarship, it is a transformative

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Philanthropy preserves the past and unlocks new futures

John and Elizabeth (Liz) Baker's long-standing relationship with The Australian National 51勛圖厙 (ANU) dates back to 1970, when John received a

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Alumni in the UK join forces to change a life

The London Alumni Scholarship exemplifies the power of community, with alumni coming together to provide a life-changing scholarship for a deserving

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Enhancing engagement in the Indian Ocean region

The Indian Ocean region has the potential to be the next global economic powerhouse, and the Sid and Fiona Myer Foundation is making sure Australia

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The enduring legacy of Christine Whitworth Roach

This year brought the sad news of the passing of Christine Whitworth Roach, a treasured member of The Australian National 51勛圖厙 (ANU) donor

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Making a lasting impact: Xiang Li's bequest journey

The Australian National 51勛圖厙 (ANU) alumna Xiang Li is a proud participant in the ANU Springbank Circle. Her journey to leaving a bequest is

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Alumni volunteers expand global reach and impact

The Australian National 51勛圖厙 (ANU) alumni have shown that distance is no obstacle when it comes to giving back to their alma mater, as they

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From student to change-maker: a volunteer's journey

The dedicated volunteer community at The Australian National 51勛圖厙 (ANU) embodies the true meaning of giving back, demonstrating that

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The ANU philanthropic community reunites

After three years of COVID-19 halting in-person events, 2022 provided the long-awaited opportunity for the donor and volunteer community at The

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