With just nine working days to go until the new public website launch on Monday 12 October, are you ready?
Last week’s Annual Conference and all-staff exhibition gave our community the chance to get hands on, ask questions and experience some of the pioneering work under way at Macquarie.
Following today’s earlier MQ Announcement, this is a reminder that by the end of 2015 staff email and calendaring will migrate to Office 365.
Big History is now globally available through a massive open online course (MOOC) on Coursera, alongside other courses from leading international universities.
IT Project Manager Andrew Elliston says give a bike a go on Ride2Uni day.
Papua New Guinea MBA program a ‘dream come true’ for visiting Deputy Vice-Chancellor from Divine Word University.
FAME – which stands for Food, Arts, Music and Entertainment – is a brand new festival for the Macquarie community in 2015.
Mid-session break saw the campus buzzing with elated graduates and their family, happily returning to campus to celebrate their achievements during the September graduation series.
Session 1 and Session 2 Census dates will change in 2016. Read on to find out what the dates are and how this might affect you.
Join fellow staff to experience the physical and mental health benefits of tai chi through free classes offered on campus.
Distinguished Professor of Linguistics Katherine Demuth has received top honours from the Academy of Social Sciences.
Congratulations to Dr Trudy Ambler, Dr Marina Harvey and Dr Jayde Cahir (pictured L-R, with The Hon Phillip Ruddock MP) on receiving Citations for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning.