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Unearthing artistic talent in archaeology and anthropology
09
Jun
2021

Unearthing artistic talent in archaeology and anthropology

The artists behind the exhibition ‘Unearthed’ are more accustomed to plying their trade with trowels, microscopes, and a good notebook...
PhD Candidate Karen Cooke awarded 2020 CASS Dean’s Commendation for Tutoring or Demonstrating
10
Mar
2021

PhD Candidate Karen Cooke awarded 2020 CASS Dean’s Commendation for Tutoring or Demonstrating

The arrival of the COVID-19 pandemic in early 2020 threw a series of new challenges our way. Lecturers, tutors, and students have had to...
Bat study turns evolutionary history on its ear
10
Mar
2021

Bat study turns evolutionary history on its ear

An international team studying the development of bats has helped answer a decades-old question, providing new evidence of the clever way ...
Applications now Open for Student Scholarships and Grants
05
Mar
2021

Applications now Open for Student Scholarships and Grants

A number of scholarships, prizes and travel grants are currently open to students in archaeology, bioanthropology and anthropology....
Recent graduate: Emma Henke
12
Feb
2021

Recent graduate: Emma Henke

By Evana Ho and Emma Henke Emma Henke’s strong sense of social justice developed early. From Indigenous rights, refugee rights, and...
Diana Tung: What I learnt from my mum's takeaway shop
11
Feb
2021

Diana Tung: What I learnt from my mum's takeaway shop

By Diana Tung In the various iterations of my mum’s businesses, it was always the same. A little greasy takeaway shop where I would spend...
No ape jape: gibbons need protection from COVID-19 too
22
Sep
2020

No ape jape: gibbons need protection from COVID-19 too

Experts studying how tourism affects wild gibbons say visitors should wear PPE masks and have health checks before visiting them.   While...

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