Xuan Luu

Xuan Luu

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Telephone+62 8 9850 6849 (Monday to Friday)
OfficeLevel 4, 18 Wally's Walk

Xuan (pronounced "swan", like the bird) has held the post of Education Officer with the Student Diversity and Inclusion Unit at Macquarie since early October 2017. He works chiefly on the Respect. Now. Always. project, including spearheading a University-wide education and culture change strategy for the primary prevention of sexual assault and sexual harassment on campus. As part of this work, he is Project Lead for Partnerships. Now. Always., an exciting new pilot project that focuses on engaging students as partners in campus-wide sexual violence prevention efforts at Macquarie. He also collaborates with other areas of the University on educational projects that relate to supporting students from a range of key equity populations, including students with a disability, students who identify as LGBTQIA+, international students, and students from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.

Xuan is a public health professional and university teacher by training. He holds a Bachelor of Psychology, a Graduate Certificate in Educational Studies (Higher Education), and a Master of Public Health. Xuan embeds into his work an unwavering commitment to the promotion and enhancement of individual and community health and wellbeing.

Xuan is fundamentally passionate about supporting students to be well, to feel included, and to be able to bring their authentic and celebrated selves to university. He enjoys talking to, and working with, students and staff on initiatives that make a meaningful and positive difference to how students experience all dimensions of university life. He is deeply dedicated to the mission of maintaining and strengthening a culture of safety and respect at Macquarie, where everyone has the right to feel included, accepted, and supported - anywhere, at any time.

Xuan's preferred personal pronouns are he/him/his.

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