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  • Senate Learning and Teaching Committee
  • Academic Standards and Quality Committee
  • Human Sciences FLTC
  • Science and Engineering FLTC
  • 18 November
  • Medicine Faculty Education Committee
  • Human Sciences FSQC
  • Medicine Faculty Research Committee
  • Academic Senate
  • Budget Review (Finance and Facilities Committee)
  • Medicine Faculty Education Committee (reserve)
  • Arts FLTC
  • 9 December
  • Human Sciences FSQC
  • Medicine Faculty Board
  • Budget Review (University Council)
  • Science and Engineering FLTC

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  • Awards and recognition round-up

    Professor Mark Bakeris among Macquarie staff who have been recognised in the last month. Congratulations to our new Fellows Professor Enrico Coiera (Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences) has been elected as one of the 37 new Fellows of the Australian Academy of Health and Medical Sciences. Professor Judith Dawes and Professor Richard Mildren (both […]

  • Wellbeing Week wrap

    This year's Staff Wellbeing Week was a huge success, with record registrations over the eight-day program of seminars, workshops and activities. Staff enjoyed everything from informative lunchtime sessions, to bush care, yoga classes, an art exhibition, and even a circus school. 'Spring Colour Escapes' art class with Meredith Brice. 2.Bush care session 3. Campus walks […]

  • 60 seconds with… Rauno Parrila

    We chat with Professor Rauno Parilla from the Department of Educational Studies who was recently recognised as a field leader in Early Childhood Education by The Australian's Research Magazine.

  • Getting it right: Why memory matters

    Dr Penny Van Bergen was recognised at last Wednesday's Learning and Teaching Awards with the Vice-Chancellor's Award for Teaching Excellence. Her research into memory is integrated into her teaching of undergraduate education students, giving them a powerful understanding of how people retain and understand new information. Here she shares her insights into memory and why […]

  • Anatomy program a winner (no bones about it)

    The Human Anatomy program team (left to right): Fidel Fernando, Associate Professor Goran Strkalj, Marin Casey, Michael Rampe, Anneliese Hulme, Dr Mirjana Strkalj, Joyce El-Haddad and Associate Professor Richard Appleyard. Among the winners from this year's Learning and Teaching Awards is a perfect example of what differentiates Macquarie from other universities: an environment that encourages […]