Events - 13 Sep 17

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Staff Wellbeing Week

7 September 2017 - 14 September 2017

A better you at MQ

Are you taking care of yourself, your body, your mind, your family and work life? Being well means you need to prioritise all of you.

Take the time to put yourself first during Wellbeing Week, 7-14 September. Featuring informative lunchtime sessions, campus walks, exercise classes, healthy cooking demonstrations, art classes and FREE access at the Sports and Aquatic Centre for staff all week.

Staff Wellbeing Week presents a number of opportunities for you to focus on and learn more about ways to improve your health and wellbeing.

This event forms part of the University’s continuing commitment to supporting your health and wellbeing.


When: 
7 – 14 September 2017

Where: Macquarie University

Cost: Free

RSVP: Bookings are essential. Register here.

For more information please contact Wendy Botha (02) 9850 1037 or wendy.botha@mq.edu.au 

We hope to see you there!

Master of Research Information Session

13 September 2017

Join us for our Master of Research information session with academic staff and advisers from across the University

An evening with Kelly Brooke Nicholls at Macquarie University

13 September 2017

Kelly Brooke Nicholls’ fascination with other cultures was instilled in her early years growing up on a boat in the south pacific islands. She’s been passionate about human rights from an early age and following a stint as a journalist at Australian Associated Press she moved to Latin America when she was 23. From there she was compelled to make a difference and help people affected by conflict, abuse and extreme poverty. She has over 15 years’ senior leadership experience working for NGOs ranging from Medecins Sans Frontieres/Doctors Without Borders to a small indigenous-led organisation in the Ecuadorian Amazon.

Her extensive time living and working in Colombia has left an indelible mark. She has travelled extensively to places few foreigners have been, researching and documenting the impact of the ongoing war on ordinary citizens and the horrendous human rights abuses inflicted on them.

Kelly wrote her novel A Reluctant Warrior to help shine a light on the way ordinary Colombian citizens have suffered and continue to suffer, despite the advancement in the Peace Agreement. But more than that, she wrote this book to celebrate, support and amplify the message of the brave people who risk their lives to protect and make a difference to others.

Kelly strongly believes that everyone has the ability to make a difference in the world and bring about positive change, and has spent her life helping people achieve that.

Kelly lives on the Northern Beaches of Sydney with her Colombian husband and two sons.

 

When: Wednesday September 13, 2017

Where: T3 Theatre E7B (14SCOS)

Time: 5.00 pm – 7.00 pm

RSVP: To reserve a booking for this event please contact Dr. Rodrigo Acuña at: rodrigo.acuna@mq.edu.au

Macquarie MD Webinar – 13 September 2017

13 September 2017

Join us for our webinar on Macquarie University’s Doctor of Medicine (Macquarie MD).

On Wednesday 13 September, Professor Patrick McNeil, Executive Dean, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, will share his insights on medicine as a rewarding career and to talk about our new Macquarie MD.

The Macquarie MD is a four-year postgraduate medical program that integrates applied medical sciences with clinical practice, professionalism, research and cultural responsiveness and provides clinical learning from day one. You’ll learn in local environments and also benefit from unique, quality-assured international experiences.

Join our Webinar to find out about:

  • the advantages of studying in a fully integrated university-led health sciences centre
  • the Macquarie MD’s small student community with access to impressive facilities, mentoring and support
  • the Macquarie MD’s structured international clinical experiences
  • scholarships available
  • how graduating with a global outlook will prepare you to become a future leader in healthcare and
  • ask any questions you have on the degree

Register now
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Making a Splash: Mermaids and Modernity Exhibition Opening

13 September 2017

Making a Splash: Mermaids and Modernity

Effy Alexakis, Alan Barlow, Eddie Blitner, Meredith Brice, Mauro Anselmo Olivos Castilo, Maria Cmielewski, Daniel Mudie Cunningham, Kate Downhill, Jacquelene Drinkall, Nigel Helyer and Nola Jones.

A Macquarie University Art Gallery exhibition in collaboration with Cowra Regional Art Gallery.

The University Librarian JoAnne Sparks invites you and a guest to the exhibition opening Making a Splash: Mermaids and Modernity to be opened by Professor Elspeth Probyn Department of Gender and Cultural Studies, The University of Sydney.

Guest Appearance − Skye Mead, Singer/composer will perform live the song Lure created for Making a Splash: Mermaids and Modernity.

–  Waldo Garrido from The Moviolas will perform the composition Sirena Garden.

Curators: Philip Hayward, Rhonda Davis and Leonard Janisweski

Making a Splash: Mermaids and Modernity explores the mermaid as an active agency and cultural figure of the contemporary world. The exhibition features new works offering fresh perspectives of the mermaid including painting, photography, sound, video and installation.

When: Wednesday September 13, 2017

Where: Macquarie University Art Gallery, Building E11A, Level 1, 19 Eastern Road, Macquarie University NSW 2109

Time: 6.00pm – 9:00pm

RSVP: Register here

NOTE:  During the graduation period the gallery has different opening hours:
Monday 18 September−Friday 29 September
Opening hours: 11.30am-1.30pm and 3pm-7pm

Please check the website for details about the events program artgallery.mq.edu.au/about/events

Sustainability Talk: Green and Public Spaces

13 September 2017

Join us in the second talk of the Sustainability Talks series as we explore how we can increase the value and amount of Green and Public space in Sydney with the increasing pressure of development and population growth.

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