ANU Joint Colleges of Science

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ANU Joint Colleges of Science
Established2008
DirectorProfessor Kiaran Kirk (Dean of the College of Science) and Professor Russell Gruen (Dean of the College of Health and Medicine)
Administrative staff
1044 including general staff[1]
Students1,252[1]
Undergraduates751[1]
Postgraduates501[1]
Location, ,
CampusUrban
Websitescience.anu.edu.au

The ANU Joint Colleges of Science is the combined sciences faculty at the Australian National University.They deliver research and teaching in science, environment, medicine and health. The Colleges count five Nobel laureates including the current Vice Chancellor, Professor Brian Schmidt who jointly won the 2011 Nobel Prize in Physics. The Colleges also boast other prominent academics such as Graham Farquhar who is the first Australian to win a Kyoto Prize in Basic Sciences for his life's work in plant biophysics and photosynthesis, which has involved research on water-efficient crops and the impacts of climate change.

Components[edit]

Part of the building which houses the Research School of Chemistry

Degrees within the Joint Colleges of Science[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d 2008 ANU Annual Report Archived December 1, 2010, at the Wayback Machine

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 35°16′52″S 149°07′08″E / 35.281°S 149.119°E / -35.281; 149.119