Dean's message

Elanor Huntington

Colleagues, 

The Vice-Chancellor is hosting another Staff Forum on Tuesday 13 October and will be releasing his response to the Stage 1 consultation process. There is also an update on the ANU Recovery Plan available.  As I’ve foreshadowed, I think it’s important to keep the window of uncertainty about impact as small as possible.  Everyone – rightly - wants to know what this means for them.  Assuming that there are no major surprises between now and then, I will be calling a College webinar for next Thursday to move to Stage 2 of the process.  We will be sending an invitation soon. 

The Vice-Chancellor has just announced we will going ahead with the 2020 Vice-Chancellors and Chancellors Awards. This is wonderful way to recognise all the hard work in our community this year. Please take a look at the categories and consider nominating.

Tomorrow is World Mental Health Day and a timely reminder to look after yourself and those around you. Check in with each other, and check out these resources.

Regards,

Professor Elanor Huntington 

College Dean

 

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Regards,

Elanor

Professor Elanor Huntington, Dean

ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science

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