Cheered on by the Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and Vice-Chancellor Professor S. Bruce Dowton, more than 1000 students from around the Asia Pacific recently attended Australia’s largest student robotics competition to put their skills to the test.
Tag Archives: Students
Complain? Who, me?
A new online training video uses practical examples, and demonstrates key steps for responding to complaints.
World explorers welcomed home
Student Mobility Programs Manager Amanda Hough reports on the recent welcome back function for students who have returned from exchange.
First MUIC cohort leap into degree study
A Vietnamese figure skating champion is among the first group of students to commence their degree study after graduating from the Macquarie University International College.
Sweet success for Fulbright scholar
US researcher lands to help examine mechanisms of choice and decision in the honeybee brain.
FIRST… let me build a robot
From Thursday 17 March, more than 1000 high school students will compete in the annual FIRST Robotics Competition at Sydney Olympic Park – and you’re invited!
A new name for student representation at Macquarie
The newly-named Student Representative Committee (SRC) was highly active during O Week, marking the beginning of a new year and new chapter in student representation at Macquarie.
O what a week
Thousands of students, both new and returning flooded the campus last week for O Week activities and fun. See a snap shot of the week in pictures.
Our future black belts of research
Last week saw the launch of the Early Career Research Network aimed to support and inform our young research stars to help further their careers.
Pioneering Minds podcast series: A story of resilience, hope, and relocation
Postgraduate student Rifaie Tammas survived the Syrian conflict that devastated his hometown, and now he shares his story.
Introducing the UniWellbeing Course
Staff can now refer students to collaborative innovation between Campus Wellbeing and the eCentreClinic.
Help your students develop key academic skills
Learn more about available support to help your students understand university expectations and develop key reading, writing and critical thinking skills.