Postgraduate student Rifaie Tammas survived the Syrian conflict that devastated his hometown, and now he shares his story.
All staff and students are welcome to attend this lunchtime event in the Central Courtyard to celebrate International Women’s Day on Tuesday 8 March.
Find out how recent changes to Macquarie’s comprehensive GP service might affect you.
Staff can now refer students to collaborative innovation between Campus Wellbeing and the eCentreClinic.
Cymbals will crash at the next Cinema In The Park screening of the film Whiplash this Friday 26 February.
Former Prime Minister The Hon. John Howard OM, AC launched the Department of Security Studies and Criminology last week.
Researchers from the Department of Linguistics are seeking children who speak Mandarin as their first language at home, aged between 9 and 11 years.
The National Acoustics Laboratory is seeking participants to take part in a noise exposure study.
Learn more about available support to help your students understand university expectations and develop key reading, writing and critical thinking skills.
In the first of our staff-submitted story series, Jennifer Gili highlights the significance of the National Apology to Indigenous Australians.
The Vice-Chancellor welcomes you back for 2016 and outlines his vision for the University in the coming year.
O Week kicks off for new and returning students next Monday, and staff are encouraged to get involved with the fun.