Featured events

Featured events

Featured events

Upcoming Events


O Week, Session 1, 2019

18 February 2019
Discover our campus, experience university life and find out everything you need to know to prepare for the start of classes.
Australian Hearing Hub

Civil Justice Research Conference

21 February 2019
The Civil Justice Research Conference is an opportunity to discuss research and teaching in all areas of civil justice and civil dispute resolution.

Venture Café Sydney Launch

21 February 2019
Venture Café connects over 100,000 people across the world each year. Our spaces and programs nurture collaboration, ignite creativity and catalyse human action on a local and global level.

MANSW HSC Markers Feedback Day

23 February 2019
MANSW HSC Markers Feedback Day 23 February 2019 Save the date for the annual MANSW HSC Markers Feedback day. The annual MANSW event will be presented by Senior Markers of ...
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The Professional Digital Competencies Projects Showcase

28 February 2019
Explore with us the exciting projects & results coming out of the Professional Digital Competencies projects (PDC) in 2018.
newcastle-container-terminal_Lighthouse lecture series

Lighthouse Lecture Series: Ports and Shipping Policy in Australia in the 21st Century – a ‘Wicked Problem’

4 March 2019
Join us to discuss the decades-old 'wicked problem' of Australian shipping in a fluid and often poorly-demarcated policy environment.
2017 Alumni Networking Reception in Seoul

Banking, Finance and Consulting Panel

5 March 2019
Save the date for Macquarie University’s Banking, Finance and Consulting Panel.
Gov Macquarie Chair, Macquarie University

Macquarie University Art Gallery Public Lecture Series: “Explore the hierarchy of Chinese empire in encyclopaedias”

6 March 2019
The term “empire” in English may remind us about rulers and their territories. In traditional Chinese culture, an empire or Di Guo (a nation of an emperor) means not only the political system of a nation, but also its nature resources, kinship and history, which are categorized meticulously in traditional Chinese encyclopaedias. The categorization shows how hundreds of years ago Chinese identified themselves and the empire. The lecture will introduce a few traditional Chinese encyclopaedias that reflect the hierarchical structure of Chinese empires.
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Women Who Change the World

8 March 2019
This TEDx style lecture series and panel discussion will see female social activists and entrepreneurs take the stage to discuss their journey of becoming change makers, shed light on the power of women to make a macro level impact and share the story of their organisation.

A better you at MQ: 10 ways to move more and sit less at work

13 March 2019
Join Jo Chau, a public health lecturer and researcher in the Department of Health Systems and Populations, for practical tips for how you can break up prolonged periods of sitting and inject more activity into your day. Jo’s core research focuses on adults and workplaces, such as designing and evaluating ‘move more, sit less’ initiatives, and investigating the social and environmental factors (people, places, and policies) that affect workers’ activity patterns, mental wellbeing and productivity.

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