Alumni in the news

Alumni in the news

Making a difference in the world

Graduates of Macquarie University have considerable influence on our society and its endeavours.

Notable people from our graduate population of more than 172,000 are regularly reported and quoted in mainstream media, on issues ranging from commerce, trade and international affairs through to history, medicine and social justice.

Each week we capture and promote news stories that include Macquarie alumni and staff.

Search through our news snippets to see what they have to say.


  • "Topgolf Names President to Oversee International Expansion and Toptracer Range" ProfitQuotes

    29 Nov 2017

    Mr Troy J Warfield

    Topgolf has announced Troy Warfield as President to grow the brand's licensing business for international partners and driving ranges worldwide. "Topgolf is among the most innovative and admired brands in the sports and entertainment industries," Warfield said. "I was especially attracted to its tagline 'Everyone's Game,' as I will get to help introduce the Topgolf experience to millions of new fans around the world."


    28 Nov 2017

    Mr Daniel S Bartels

    Joining the Water Polo Australia board in 2014, Daniel Bartels has been heavily involved in Water Polo for over 20 years. As a player, coach and referee, he has played at state age level, coached at age group representative level and continues today to be one of Australia’s FINA panel referees. Having refereed over 350 national league games and toured with numerous Australian international teams to the Universiade and Youth World Championships, Daniel is one of Australia’s leading referees.

  • "Vitex Pharmaceuticals opens new manufacturing plant in Sydney" Australian Manufacturing

    20 Nov 2017

    Mr George Chami

    Vitex Pharmaceuticals, a contract manufacturer of Australian-made vitamins and supplements, has opened a new, state-of-the-art manufacturing plant in Sydney’s East Creek. Vitex CEO and Co-Founder Dr Aniss Chami says “The continuing demand for Australian-made vitamins, supplements and wellness products continues to grow both domestically and from emerging markets such as China and South-East Asia,".

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