Our research

Our academic staff are at the forefront of global thinking on issues relating to wealth and wellbeing, strong organisations, transformative innovation, and the

Student resources

Information about program and course selection, enrolment, change of program, variation to enrolment, status and other general matters.

Alumni

Our alumni may be found in the world’s leading companies, policy agencies and universities.

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Academic staff members

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Maintaining your profile

Your CBE profile page has your contact details, and space for you to enter biographical and research information. it is particularly useful for students searching for a HDR supervisor. The page is linked to from various parts of the CBE website, including the People page. The page is automatically created when your IT profile is created.  To update your profile, visit the Manage your profile page. You can also upload your CV.

To get a photograph taken, contact MDO. They will advise you when the next photography session will be held.

Academic staff members also have a profile on the ANU Research site. 

Academic Staff Paid Outside Work - the 52 Day Rule

The Paid Outside Work policy stipulates that full-time academic staff members may engage in work on Individual Consultancies for up to 52-days per year where they are to receive remuneration for those services from an external organization.

Academic staff members must complete an Approval of Paid Outside Work form and have it approved prior to commencing the Paid Outside Work

For further information, please refer to the Paid Outside Work policy and procedure.

Academic promotions

Academic promotions is the University’s mechanism for determining the eligibility of academic staff for promotion from levels B through to E1. The process is designed to assess and reward continuous excellence in research, education and service.

The academic promotions round opens on 1 June each year, with the nominations closing on 31 July.

The Academic Promotions webpage provides all of the required information. Visit the relevant Local Promotions Committee page and contact the secretariat for further information.

Outside Studies Program (OSP)

The purpose of the Outside Studies Program (OSP) is to provide academic staff with a significant period of release from normal duties to undertake a planned program of work that will enhance their personal scholarly development, the University’s international reputation and extend the body of knowledge in their academic discipline.

OSP is not leave, and is to be considered as academic work being done while away from the ANU campus for significant periods of time. As such, OSP is considered as work that the employee is engaged in as an employee on behalf of ANU, noting that this may still take the form of individual research renewal, and /or development.

Participation in OSP is not an entitlement. Applications will be assessed on the needs of the College, the quality of the proposal submitted by the staff member, and the capacity of the staff member to make effective use of the opportunity.

Academic robes

The college has a small number of gowns and bonnets for the use of staff for College graduation ceremonies. If you wish to book a gown for a graduation ceremony please contact the the Dean’s Executive Assistant or call x53596.

ANU Library Services

The ANU Library collection is in excess of 2.5 million volumes and are now available to you 24/7 via electronic access when you are off campus by using the remote login.

The following resources are also available to you:

The Library also offers guidance in research to HDR students and skills training sessions for academic and professional staff, undergraduate and postgraduate students as part of the Information Literacy Program.

Please visit the ANU Library for more detail on the services available to you and your students.

Timetabling

Are you teaching this year?  To assist you please visit the ANU course timetabling at http://timetable.anu.edu.au/.

Having trouble finding what you are looking for?  Please contact your local CBE school administration team for further assistance.

Wattle

Wattle (Web Access to Teaching & Learning Environments) is an online learning environment that provides a set of tools to facilitate learning, communication and collaboration. Wattle can be used to make lecture notes, readings, digital lecture recordings and other learning resources available to your students online, provide a space for the submission of assignments and make it easier to communicate with your students.

Wattle consists of Moodle as the main underpinning platform, augmented with other online learning facilities including Turnitin (Assignment grading and plagarism detection tool), Digital Lecture Delivery (DLD) and Echo360, Wimba Voice Tools (audio and voice recording tools) and Adobe Connect (video conferencing tool).

For access, support, training and other information please visit the wattle website or contact Colin Simpson, CBE's own Educational Technologist.

Unit Outlines

All courses taught at ANU must have a course outline. The aim of this document is to provide students with current, accurate and finalised information about the course. Course outlines are developed from the University course outline template , and must be approved by the Director of the Research School before publication. Course outlines must be made available to students by the end of the second week of the relevant teaching period or semester.

Please read the Course Outline Policy and Course Outline Procedure for further information or contact your local CBE school administration team.

Research Services

CBE provides funding initiatives that aim to assist the College in achieving and supporting our academics in high level research activity and excellence in research outcomes.  These initiatives are designed to create various opportunities for both individuals and schools to undertake and publish excellent research.  CBE provides financial incentives for quality publications and offer editing services for PhD's, journal articles and applications.

If you would like to find out more please visit the Research Office 

ANU Experts Guide

The ANU Experts Guide is a searchable database of academic staff at the ANU available for media interviews. The University seeks to foster open engagement with the media and encourages academic staff to participate in public discussion through the media in areas within their research and teaching expertise.

Academic staff who wish to be listed on the directory are strongly encouraged to take part in one of the free media training sessions. For further details see the University Marketing and Outreach website.

Join the guide

If you would like to be added to the Experts Guide, or if you are already on the guide and would like to update your details, send an email to media@anu.edu.au or call 02 6125 125 for advice.

NECTAR ANU Network for Early Career Teachers, Academics, and Researchers

NECTAR is an independent space created by, and for, Early Career Academics at ANU. It is a direct channel of communication between ECA and the various levels of ANU Executive Staff, effecting changes that ensure ANU continues to be an attractive workplace for early career academics, domestic and international

For further details please visit http://nectar.anu.edu.au 

Updated:   21 February 2017 / Responsible Officer:  Dean, Business & Economics / Page Contact:  College Web Team