10 questions with… David di Muro


Library Services Coordinator David di Muro – whose parents both hail from Argentina – sits down to answer ten questions (or should that be ‘diez preguntas’?).

1)  In a nutshell, my job is to…
Develop technology services (loanable devices, virtual reality, 3D printing) in the Library to support teaching and research at Macquarie.

2)  The question I hear most often in my work is…
“How are you today?” Staff genuinely care how we are all doing. It’s great.

4)  The thing I find most rewarding in my role is…
The people. Developing professional friendships with colleagues in the library and across campus is very rewarding. I love the diversity.

4)  This year I want to…
Fly a helicopter.

5)  The bravest thing I’ve done is…
Hard question. Bravery is to do something even though it terrifies you. So I’d say, becoming a father.

6)  A place that’s special to me is…
Mendoza, Argentina, where my father was born.

7)  My guilty pleasure is…
M&Ms by the fistful.

8)  I’m scared of…
The future: climate change, economy, politics, disinformation etc.

9)  My hidden talent is…
Well, it’s hidden! You’ll have to come find me and figure it out for yourself.

10)  A moment I’ll always remember is…
The births of my two daughters.





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