It’s been a big year, full of fantastic stories about our people and campus. See if your favourite story made the top twenty.
Dr Abigail Allwood has become the first woman – and the first Australian – to lead a NASA team searching for signs of life on Mars.
Dr Larry Marshall has been announced as the incoming chief executive of Australia’s peak science and research body, the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO).
Five outstanding Macquarie women have been recognised for their vision, leadership, innovation and action in and beyond their fields.
London-based graduates celebrated 50 years of achievement at a recent Jubilee alumni reception.
Take a step back in time, discover the unknown and celebrate the achievements of staff and alumni in the July issue of Macquarie Matters.
Thursday 12 June is our official anniversary, marking fifty years since the foundation of our University. Join the celebrations!
More than 250 of Macquarie University’s ‘pioneer’ alumni and staff from 1969 to 1977, recently reunited as part of the Jubilee celebrations.
Vice-Chancellor Professor S Bruce Dowton and the Macquarie University Alumni office recently hosted US-based graduates at a reception event in New York.
Victorian grandmother Hilarie Roseman travelled to campus this weekend to graduate as one of the University’s oldest PhD students.
Graduation ceremonies will be live online for families and friends around the world this weekend.
A special Jubilee print edition of Macquarie Matters is out now and has been mailed to over 42,000 alumni and donors around the world.