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From Conception to RE:Conception

The widely acknowledged father of Conception Day was pioneer alumnus Phil Gibbs (Bachelor of Arts, 1977). “We had a bit of an inferiority complex back in 1969 because of our moonscape campus and the lack of a student muck-up day to rival UNSW’s Commemoration Day or Sydney’s Foundation Day,” says Gibbs. According to Gibbs, they looked at different dates to hold a celebratory event...

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It’s the same campus, just not as you know it
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It’s the same campus, just not as you know it

To prepare for the next 50 years of growth, we are investing heavily in our campus with two major projects – the Central Courtyard Precinct and the Arts Precinct. Within the Central Courtyard Precinct, the University is building state-of-the-art facilities for staff and students. Designed by leading design studio Architectus, the new buildings will serve a variety of functions, delivering...

From Conception to RE:Conception

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Hong Kong alumni chapter is 20 years strong and our alumni networks continue to grow throughout the world

The Hong Kong Alumni Chapter is one of the University’s longest-standing chapter...

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 Macquarie alumni feature in 2019 Australia Day honours
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Macquarie alumni feature in 2019 Australia Day honours

  Macquarie alumni were recognised for their contributions to a range of endeavours in the 2019 Australia Day Honours. Director of the ARC Centre of Excellence for Climate Extremes at UNSW, Professor Andrew J Pitman (PCEdLeadership /HE 2001) received the Officer of the Order of Australia award for distinguished service to science as a leading researcher, particularly of climate syst...

Discover ‘You to the Power of Us’ – Macquarie’s new ad campaign

Macquarie alumni feature in 2018 Australia Day honours

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 Solutions for the future
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Solutions for the future

With more than 85 per cent of Australians living in the coastal zone, ensuring that innovative solutions are developed to protect and enhance the coastal ecosystems on which we depend is vital. While coral reefs and polar ecosystems often grab the media attention, it is the temperate coastal ecosystems that are of greater ecological importance in terms of the services they provide – and th...

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