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ANU G+T Law Ball 2018
23rd August 6pm - 11:59pm
Volunteering Opportunity: ANU Indonesian Update
14th September 9am - 15th September 5pm
HC Coombs Lecture Theatre
Get a chance to gain knowledge on Indonesia’s current political and domestic situation. There will be recognition (in the form of a certificate) and a chance to network with Indonesian experts. Contact ANU ASEAN Society on Facebook to lodge an EOI.
Volunteering Opportunity: ANU Malaysian Update
12th October 9:30am - 5pm
Weston Theatre, JG Crawford Building
Get a chance to gain knowledge on Malaysia's current political and domestic situation. There will be recognition (in the form of a certificate) and a chance to network with Malaysian experts. Contact ANU ASEAN Society on Facebook to lodge an EOI.
Field Trip to Jakarta, Indonesia
15th December midnight - 22nd December midnight
Jakarta, Indonesia
Visit indigenous ASEAN related organisations such as the ASEAN Secretariat, ASEAN Inter-Parliamentary Assembly, ASEAN Parliamentarians for Human Rights.

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Your Officers

Social Officer | Anya Bonan

This is the fun job! The Social Officer is responsible for organising and overseeing O-Week, Bush Week, ANUSA BBQs and other social events. The Social Officer is also the first point of contact for clubs and societies (C&S) and the Students Council, the ANUSA body responsible for funding C&S activity.


2 posts
Last post 20 Sep 2017
Vice President | Tess Masters

The Vice President has a similar role to the President. They are also involved in co-ordinating student appeals. Their focus is on internal education matters such as faculty policies and information services.


5 posts
Last post 03 Jul 2017
Education Officer | Harry Needham

The Education Officer deals principally with the Higher Education policy of the Association. They are responsible for organising tertiary education campaigns (often in conjunction with the National Union of Students) as well as preparing submissions for relevant Government bodies on things such as housing, youth allowance, and HECS.


1 post
Last post 03 May 2017
President | Eleanor Kay

The President is responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations of the Association. They sit on the University Council, the highest decision-making body of the University, and other ANU Committees (see full list here). Their primary task is to ensure the undergraduate student voice is heard in these forums. Together with the Vice President, the President is involved in representation of, and advocacy for undergraduate students. The President is also ANUSA’s official spokesperson, communicating ANUSA activity and University changes to students and other relevant groups.


2 posts
Last post 11 Feb 2017
General Secretary | Eden Lim

The General Secretary is responsible for the internal administration of ANUSA. They run and organise the meetings of ANUSA’s representative councils (SRC, CRC, AGM, OGM), and look after and interpret the Constitution and other ANUSA documents. The General Secretary is the one to answer any questions you have about official ANUSA procedure.


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Treasurer | Mariah Chang

The Treasurer is responsible for the financial aspects of ANUSA. They work in conjunction with ANUSA’s book keeper to track ANUSA spending and to ensure that money is being spent appropriately, as approved by our members. They also ensure that the finances of ANUSA are professionally audited.


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We recognise the continuing connection to lands, waters, and communities of all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
We pay our respect to Elders, past and present, and commit to standing with our first nations people.

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