Campus news

Macquarie University proposes transfer of chiropractic degrees

24 April 2013

Macquarie University today announced a proposal to begin discussions with other interested higher education providers about the transfer of its …

Working life in academia today: new conference considers strategies for transformation

24 April 2013

Recent budget cut announcements and related changes to the university sector have had a significant ripple effect within the academic …

Honorary doctorate for Macquarie alumnus, Honorable Justice Patricia Bergin SC

23 April 2013

The Honourable Justice Patricia Anne Bergin SC has been awarded the degree of Doctor of Laws honoris causa from her …

Powerhouse Museum director Dr Dawn Casey PSM awarded honorary doctorate

22 April 2013

Dr Dawn Casey PSM was awarded the degree of Doctor of Letters honoris causa at Friday’s graduation ceremony for the …

Higher doctorate for biographer and historian Professor Emerita Jill Roe

19 April 2013

Professor Emerita Jillian Roe was first appointed to teach history at a newly-founded Macquarie University in 1967. Forty-six years later, …

Dyslexia advocate’s determination pays off in graduation

19 April 2013

Jim Bond, a Killarney Vale resident and well-known dyslexia advocate, graduated from Macquarie University yesterday with a Bachelor of Arts …

New $140m home for hearing research partners

17 April 2013

The Government estimates that ten million Australians will suffer some kind of hearing loss by 2050 – almost one quarter of the population. In order to help reduce the impact this will have on our society and its economy, Australia’s leading hearing researchers and service providers are working together to improve outcomes for those affected.

Professor Paul Ehrlich speaks on climate adaptation’s role in the collapse of civilisation

22 March 2013

Macquarie University’s Climate Futures research centre and Department of Biological Sciences recently hosted a booked-out public presentation from Professor Paul …

Campus and community join forces for a sporting world record

15 March 2013

Macquarie University will attempt a world record for the longest consecutive Touch Rugby Football game this April, with over 350 …

Providing a bridge to university: parents hear more about higher education options

6 March 2013

More than 150 parents of high school students, who in many cases will be the first in their families to …

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