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 Masters graduate helps close indigenous education gaps

Masters graduate helps close indigenous education gaps

Macquarie has marked another milestone with its first Master of Indigenous Education graduate. Sharon Kerr, one of the first students to enrol in the degree, graduated recently and says that she and other Masters students will use their experience to enrich not only their own lives but also the lives of those around them. “As graduates of Macquarie University, we will use our new values and a...

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 Share your memories

Share your memories

With preparations for Macquarie University’s 50 year Jubilee celebrations now in full swing, we are inviting alumni to share their stories, videos and pictures of Macquarie. “The story of Macquarie’s first 50 years is best told through the eyes of its almost 150,000 alumni,” says Alumni Relations online community specialist Martine Balit. “Many alumni have already submitted the...

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 Heart Care Centre Comes to Macquarie University Hospital

Heart Care Centre Comes to Macquarie University Hospital

Macquarie University Hospital (MUH) has opened a new heart care centre that will strengthen the hospital’s capacity in coordinated state-of-the-art treatment for residents of New South Wales. The unique model for heart care is based on a coordinated patient-centred approach that brings together an outstanding group of cardiothoracic surgeons, cardiologists and physicians. Carol Bryant...

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 Macquarie sports teams clean up

Macquarie sports teams clean up

  It’s been a great year for sport at Macquarie University. This year the undefeated Women’s AFL team won the premiership in the Sydney Women’s AFL competition. The team is only four years old, and has seen an exponential improvement since their first season when they finished with the wooden spoon. Player Amanda Farrugia was also awarded the prize for 'best on Ground’ in...

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 Celebrating 25 Years of the Women and Leadership Conference

Celebrating 25 Years of the Women and Leadership Conference

2013 marks the 25th anniversary of Macquarie’s Women, Management and Work conference, which was recently held in Sydney. In that time, organisers say there have been great changes and progress made, but there is still work to be done. Event organiser Pam Morpeth, who is Manager of the Centre for Workforce Futures, says that we are seeing a lot more women in executive positions compared wi...

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 Jim Piper we salute you

Jim Piper we salute you

Professor Jim Piper has retired from Macquarie University after 38 years of service. As Macquarie University nears its 50th Jubilee celebrations, it stands poised to achieve great things. Piper’s legacy is reflected in many facets of Macquarie’s emergence - its outstanding research rankings; its unique Australian Hearing Hub partnership; its pioneering Master of Research degree. ...