Events - 7 Jun 17


Pop-up incubator for students, staff and researchers

10 February 2017 - 31 July 2017

Building on our vision to serve the world through innovation, Macquarie has opened its first pop-up incubator on campus.

The pop-up incubator is a brand new space for students, researchers and staff who are working on research or an idea that can be commercialised. We currently offer free desk space, meeting areas & instant access to the growing entrepreneurial community who share and contribute experience and resources that help early ideas grow through the difficult and vulnerable stages of development.

If you are working on an idea, big or small, we encourage you to apply by email with a one paragraph pitch on your business or idea.

The Pop-Up Incubator is made possible by funding from the NSW Department of Industry, Skills and Regional Development through the Boosting Business Innovation Program.


2017 Alumni Pop-Up Networking Drinks in Sydney

7 June 2017

Establishment, 252 George St Sydney Map

Complimentary. This event is proudly sponsored by Macquarie University. A complimentary drink will be provided to all registered alumni attendees

Please register by Monday 5 June

Please contact Alumni Relations



Macquarie University warmly invites you to join your fellow alumni for networking drinks at the Establishment, Sydney on Wednesday 7 June from 5.30 pm – 7 pm.

Macquarie is keen to bring its alumni community together more regularly and would like to see you at its first casual networking drinks held in Sydney. Come along to the Establishment and catch up with your Macquarie friends and staff and make new connections.

Mark your calendar. Spread the word around. To facilitate the food and drinks arrangements, we appreciate if you can register here and please share the registration details amongst your Macquarie University alumni friends and colleagues. Limited spaces are available.

We look forward to seeing you on the night.

Master of International Relations and Master of Politics and Public Policy webinar

7 June 2017

We live today in an interconnected and globalised world which is becoming more – rather than less – complicated. Being able to understand and evaluate issues across the social, cultural, legal, political and economic spectrum is a highly valued skill that is much desired by government, business and the non-government sector. Policy makers use their knowledge to develop innovative solutions to the complex political environment and myriad of challenges facing contemporary society at national and global levels.

Hear how our Master of International Relations will empower you to comprehend and evaluate contemporary regional and global developments, while our Master of Politics and Public Policy will give you a deep knowledge of how political processes inform and shape policy development. Our courses equip you for a national or international career in diplomacy, policy, journalism, the NGO sector, business or academia.

Dr Jonathan Symons is a Senior Lecturer in International Relations and a member of Climate Futures at Macquarie. His research interests include the politics and ethics of climate change, energy security and geo-engineering; theories of political and sociological legitimacy; processes of international norm change; human rights; and international relations theory. Jon’s work has been published in journals including International Theory, Climate Policy, Global Policy, The Pacific Review, Global Environmental Politics, Review of International Studies and Environmental Politics.

Dr Glenn Kefford’s research interests include Australian politics, comparative politics, political parties, elections and campaigning. His most recent book is titled ‘All Hail the Leaders: The Australian Labor Party and Political Leadership’ (2015).

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