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IU President Receives ANU Honorary Degree

On July 16, 2010, Indiana University President Michael A. McRobbie was awarded an honorary Doctor of Letters degree during a ceremony today at The Australian National University, Australia’s top-ranked institution of higher education. A native of Australia and former ANU scholar, President McRobbie was recognized by his alma mater for his significant contributions in the […]

The Australian National University

Established in 1946, The Australian National University (ANU) is unique among its contemporaries as the only Australian university established by an Act of Federal Parliament. The university was founded to be an institution of enduring significance in the post-war life of the nation by supporting the development of national unity and identity, improving Australia’s understanding […]

Indiana University Bloomington

Founded in 1820 and long known for its area studies expertise, IU has more than 10 departments, programs, and centers – including three Title VI National Resource Centers and one Title VI National Foreign Language Resource Center – that are directly focused on the study of the pan-Asian region. Such area specialization is further supported […]

The ANU-IU Pan Asia Institute

Both ANU and IU boast long traditions in the study of the pan-Asian region from numerous academic perspectives: law, religion, language, culture, political science, public policy, and more. ANU’s College of Asia and the Pacific The ANU College of Asia and the Pacific houses a remarkable assembly of scholars and resources devoted to the study […]