Changes at the College in Response to COVID-19

Due to the unfolding COVID-19 crisis, there have been multiple changes at the NSC, and at the ANU more broadly, which you should be aware of.

Following an announcement from the Vice-Chancellor, ANU campuses have now moved to remote work and study.

Naturally this has affected the way the NSC engages with students, course participants, partners and stakeholders.

The College has adapted to these new circumstances by:
- cancelling, or postponing where possible, public events;
- deferring in-person executive and professional development courses, up until 26 June;
- moving academic teaching to online delivery; and
- adapting its Futures and public policy activities to online formats.

While the current environment requires us to rethink the ways we serve our community, we are busy developing those new ways to engage and contribute.

Thank you for your ongoing patience as we work hard to minimise this disruption and plan for the future.

Professor Rory Medcalf
Head, National Security College

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Updated:  9 April 2020/Responsible Officer:  Head of College, National Security College/Page Contact:  Web administrator