The recent Research Weather Report 3.0 event celebrated our research milestones and revealed a glimpse of what’s to come.
Monthly Archives: May 2015
Have you heard?
The Learning and Teaching Green paper is continuing to drive conversation around campus, and in the lead up to next week’s Town Hall Tuesday 9 June, we’re sharing some of those discussions with you.
Macquarie is proud to introduce a new, coordinated and tactical approach to undergraduate and postgraduate recruitment conversions.
Join Professor David Rooney for a night at the movies, and learn more about how to be wise.
Apply now for the Graduate Certificate of Higher Education program
Eligible staff are invited to submit their application by Friday 19 June.
Climbing the tree: the case for chimpanzee ‘personhood’
Dr Jane Johnson shared her insight with The Conversation on the possibility some nonhuman animals will be granted legal rights under common law.
Celebrating Indigenous history and culture at Macquarie
Join in the Reconciliation Week celebrations as Macquarie recognises our shared history, culture and achievements.
The conversation is open
The Learning and Teaching Green Paper has sparked much discussion across campus. Are lectures dying? Should iLearn units be shared? And why do ePortfolios get bad press? Find out what your colleagues are saying.
Student System (AMIS), eStudent, eApplications and eAcademic downtime weekend
Several student systems will be unavailable from 5pm Friday 9 June to prepare for their weekend upgrade. Find out how this may affect you.
Who goes to university? The changing profile of our students
Associate Professor Nick Parr shared his insight with The Conversation on how the student body is evolving.
Research Reports and HERDC
To ensure the University is prepared for the next ERA submission and research outputs are recognised and recorded, all Research Reports for an External Body will now be collected by the Library on an ongoing basis (and not just for the ERA initiative).
IT status page launched
Find out in real time the operational status of IT systems and services across campus.