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14
Jun
‘13

Mouse trap

Had the man responsible for wrapping a fake collar bomb around Maddie Pulver's neck heard of The Onion Router, he may have eluded police who arrested him after they traced his ransom note.   Paul Peters broke into the Sydney schoolgirl...

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12
Jun
‘13

Cracking the code of cybercrime

Professor Rod Broadhurst and the CEPS team from the Crime, Policing, Security and Justice Centre at RegNet, recently consulted with the United Nations Office of Drugs and Crime (UNODC) to produce theComprehensive Study...

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03
May
‘13

Assoc. Professor Darren Halpin awarded SCANCOR grant (Scandinavian Centre for Organizational Research)

Assoc. Professor Darren Halpin, Reader in Policy Studies in the School of Sociology, has been awarded a grant from the Scandinavian Centre for Organizational Research (SCANCOR) at Stanford University. The project titled ‘Explaining Interest...

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17
Apr
‘13

Sociology graduate Leila Smith awarded Charlie Perkins Scholarship

Sociology graduate Leila Smith has been awarded a Charlie Perkins Scholarship. Leila graduated from ANU with B. Arts (Hons) majoring in Sociology in 2007. Under the scholarship scheme, she plans to study public policy at Cambridge University....

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09
Apr
‘13

Hannah McCann recognised for outstanding teaching contribution

Congratulations to Sociology PhD student, Hannah McCann, who has been awarded a 2013 Vice-Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Tutoring or Demonstrating. With much of the University's small group teaching done by tutors and demonstrators,...

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07
Dec
‘12

Regional Australia Institute - Professor Stewart Lockie and Dr Anthony Hogan cited in the summary of 50 of the most influential pieces of work from the last decade

The Regional Australian Institute (RAI) launched the products from the Stocktake of Regional Research on 30 October at a Community Forum in Wagga Wagga.  From the findings of this project, the RAI have released a report that...

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15
Sep
‘11

A winning student!

Congratulations to our Sociology PhD student, Rhiannon Galla, who was awarded this week the India Australia Association of Canberra Prize for her 2010 Honours thesis, "Fantasies of Destruction: Personhood and Transgression in BDSM Pornography...

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25
Aug
‘11

Study into the longer term social wellbeing of children with chronic ear infections (ottis media)

With funding from GlaxoSmith Kline, investigators from within ANU, Dr Anthony Hogan (Sociology); Dr Vas Yieng (NCEPH); Dr Lyndall Strazdins (NCEPH) will conduct a study concerned with the longer term social wellbeing of children with chronic ear...

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25
Aug
‘11

Taking action to ensure the socioeconomic viability of rural and regional communities

The Cotton Communities CRC, working in collaboration with the Rural Industries Research & Development Corporation, has agreed to fund $517,427 to conduct a study which is concerned with the socio-economic sustainability of rural communities. The...

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08
Aug
‘11

Commitment and passion bring rewards

At the ANU CASS conferring ceremony on 14 July 2011, Dr Alastair Greig was a 2010 recipient of the Vice-Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Supervision. The Vice-Chancellor noted: Dr Alastair Greig has won many awards for his undergraduate...

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