When not cycling across China, Chloë Spackman is inspiring a new generation of global citizens in the Global Leadership Program.
Professor Gayle Avery addressed the G77 in Bangkok last week following an invitation from the Ambassador of the Kingdom of Thailand to the United Nations.
From 9.30am Friday 4 December, some of our youngest community members will help raise funds for a worthy cause.
The Big History Anthropocene Conference from Wednesday 9 December will explore big issues with global impact and ask international experts the big questions.
Yesterday we launched our new public website mq.edu.au. To mark the occasion, staff are invited to explore the site for their chance to explore the world with Lonely Planet.
For the second year running, a team of undergraduate students from Macquarie’s CBMS 330 course have brought home gold from the International Genetically Engineered Machine (iGEM) jamboree in Boston, Massachusetts.
Big History is now globally available through a massive open online course (MOOC) on Coursera, alongside other courses from leading international universities.
Papua New Guinea MBA program a ‘dream come true’ for visiting Deputy Vice-Chancellor from Divine Word University.
Our outstanding research performance has been highlighted in the prestigious international science journal, Nature.
Macqaurie recently welcomed more than a thousand students from 26 countries to compete in a FIRST robotics competition on campus.
Dr Kirsten Davies is set to embark on a new career chapter and a world first assessment of biodiversity and ecosystems across the globe.
Dr Shirley Chan is uncovering the mysteries of texts lost for more than 2000 years, and is sharing her discoveries with the BBC.