In our latest podcast episode, meet Distinguished Professor Anne Castles from the Department of Cognitive Science.
Tag Archives: Human Sciences
Snapped on (and off) campus
From celebrations to launches, refurbishments to awards, check out some of the photographic highlights snapped on and off campus from the last couple of weeks.
Lend us your ears
On World Hearing Day last week, Professor David McAlpine, kicked off an initiative to start a campaign for hearing health.
Seeking participants: Study on language processing in the brain
Researchers from the Department of Linguistics are seeking children who speak Mandarin as their first language at home, aged between 9 and 11 years.
Can you hear people speak in a noisy room?
The National Acoustics Laboratory is seeking participants to take part in a noise exposure study.
Congratulations: October 2015 round academic promotions
Congratulations to some of our finest on their successful promotion during the October 2015 round of academic promotions.
Learning for the future starts today
Introducing the short-from Learning and Teaching Strategic Framework 2015-2020.
Talkin’ child speak in Boston
Macquarie researchers headed to Boston to attend renowned a language development conference.
Seeking participants: Hearing and noise study
Researchers from the National Acoustic Laboratories are seeking participants to take part in a study about hearing loss.
When Erica met Taylor-Jai
How finding the perfect match empowers future generations of Indigenous students.
Granted, they’re experts
Four of our best were accepted into the prestigious Australian Research Council College of Experts to help shape research innovation nationally.
Advancing global health
The National Health and Medical Research Council has awarded seven Macquarie researchers $4.7 million in funding for leading research into mental health, cancer, dementia and health sector innovation.