Dr Fatemeh Salehi, Senior Lecturer in our School of Engineering and Co-Director of the Macquarie Sustainable Energy Research Centre, was recently awarded the prestigious Fulbright Scholarship. We asked her a few questions to find what makes her tick! In a nutshell, my job is to… develop physical models to predict the flow behaviour. This helps to advance […]
Image: Artist’s impression of the new NextSense centre at Macquarie University. A proposal to relocate the former Royal Institute of Deaf and Blind Children to a new state-of-the-art facility on the Macquarie University campus has been approved by New South Wales Planning and Public Spaces Minister Rob Stokes MP. The Minister gave the major research, audiology and learning […]
On the one hand 2020 has been a year like no other, with the University having to adapt to the pandemic and move teaching and other support programs online. On the other, it’s been yet another year full of learning and teaching highlights as staff pulled out all stops to support our students’ success. Here […]
Congratulations to all the staff who have recently been promoted.
Five Macquarie researchers have been successful in the latest round of the Australian Research Council’s Discovery Early Career Researcher Awards (DECRA) scheme, announced on Tuesday 3 November. Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research), Professor Sakkie Pretorius, says it’s particularly pleasing to see four humanities projects funded. “Through each of our future-shaping research priorities, but particularly Resilient societies, we […]
The Vice-Chancellor’s is hosting a series of staff and student workshops where he will be seeking feedback on our new operating plan.
The Vice-Chancellor updates staff on matters discussed at his Town Hall on 20 November.
Macquarie researchers leading synthetic biology research
Congratulations to Macquarie’s newest Australian Research Council (ARC) grant recipients. Announcing the grants, totalling close to $800,000, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research) Professor Sakkie Pretorius said the Macquarie recipients were among ten announced by the Council. Professor Vladimir Strezov; Professor Mark Taylor; Professor Peter Nelson; and partners Hammersley Iron Improved control of dioxin emissions during iron ore […]
What happened on and off campus in March