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General news from 2013

Pasifika Youth Camp - September 2013

Pasifika 2013 Camp

Another successful camp was held at the Kioloa Coastal Campus during September last year. The Pasifika Youth Camp is a three day on campus education and cultural immersion workshop at ANU. It is a unique program that brings Pasifika secondary students from the ACT, VIC and NSW in Years 9 and 10 together to celebrate Pasifika culture and learn about tertiary education pathways.

View the You Tube of the Pasifika Youth Camp.

Visitor groups to the campus - highlights 2013

ANU groups

College of Medicine, Biology & Environment

Fieldwork study of the ecophysiology of mangroves along the Clyde river.

Marilyn Ball Lab, RSB - conducting research project analysis in Laboratory on mangroves
BIOL2113, RSB - students conducting analysis in the Labortory
Marilyn Ball Lab, RSB - students testing sea water samples

College of Asia Pafific

Linguistics Workshop

Linguistics, CAP - presentations and workshops in Walkers community building
Linguistics, CAP - presentations and workshops in Walkers community building

Non-ANU groups

University of Canberra

Invasive Animal Research Centre - group session.

University of Canberra - Invasive Animal Reserach Centre

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