Education & teaching

UNIVERSITY NEWS
 Picking up PACE

Picking up PACE

Since it began six years ago, PACE has become a signature feature of undergraduate learning at Macquarie. PACE, which connects students with partner organisations to gain real-life experience that prepares them for work and life beyond the campus, was the brainchild of former Vice-Chancellor, Judyth Sachs. She wanted to rethink the way undergraduates were taught and what the curriculum was ...

UNIVERSITY NEWS
 50 years of achievement

50 years of achievement

A track record of doing things differently and a lively, passionate campus are reflected in this Jubilee timeline, against a backdrop of significant Australian and international events. Click on the infographic below to view in full.  ...

FEATURES
 Masters graduate helps close indigenous education gaps

Masters graduate helps close indigenous education gaps

Macquarie has marked another milestone with its first Master of Indigenous Education graduate. Sharon Kerr, one of the first students to enrol in the degree, graduated recently and says that she and other Masters students will use their experience to enrich not only their own lives but also the lives of those around them. “As graduates of Macquarie University, we will use our new values and a...

UNIVERSITY NEWS
 Professor John Croucher in a class of his own

Professor John Croucher in a class of his own

Macquarie Graduate School of Management’s Professor John Croucher has won the premier university teaching award in Australia – the Prime Minister’s Award for University Teacher of the Year. It is the fifth National Teaching Award for Croucher, who has also received two international awards for his work as a statistician and educator. The award recognises his superior teaching skills, communi...

RESEARCH
 New postgraduate law degree opens doors in Australia and internationally

New postgraduate law degree opens doors in Australia and internationally

As the new academic year begins, Macquarie’s first Juris Doctor (JD) students are about to commence their studies. Continuing the School's tradition of providing interdisciplinary perspectives on the study of law, the JD program will develop students' understanding of the Australian legal system, including corporate and commercial law, environmental law, perspectives on international law, and so...