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  • Macquarie University’s sustainability impact on the rise

    Macquarie University has jumped 40 places to claim 39th position globally in the 2023 Times Higher Education (THE) Impact Rankings. The University has also been recognised with two Top 10 rankings across the sub-categories, including a No.1 spot.

  • The Macquarie Advantage

    Since joining the University 10 months ago, Professor Rorden Wilkinson, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic), has come to recognise a distinct ‘Macquarie Advantage’. Here, he explains how it can guide us as we set a strategic course for the future.

  • Macquarie on the wide-open road

    Students from six Far West schools had a taste of study options at Macquarie – ranging from astronomy and archaeology to human physiology, business and computer science – when staff visited Broken Hill earlier this month.  The Macquarie Widening Participation Unit (WPU) runs initiatives to improve access for students who are traditionally underrepresented in higher […]

  • Awards and recognition

    Awards and recognition: prestigious Humboldt Fellowship awarded, World Vision win, and more

  • Reconciliation is a two-way street

    As Macquarie University marks Reconciliation Week, Professor Leanne Holt, Pro Vice-Chancellor (Indigenous Strategy), reflects on the nation’s path to reconciliation and the important question being put to all Australians at the 2023 referendum.

  • Discover our new research centres: Performance and Expertise

    The Performance and Expertise Research Centre integrates state-of-the-art technology and multidisciplinary research expertise to assess, enhance and future-proof human performance – across individuals, teams and organisations – in a changing world. Centre expertise The Centre is hosted by the Faculty of Medicine, Health and Human Sciences and brings together more than 50 academics from across all four […]

  • Discover our new research centres: Motor Neuron Disease

    The Motor Neuron Disease Research Centre is hosted by the Faculty of Medicine, Health and Human Sciences. This Strength-at-Scale Centre aims to harness an integrated discovery and evidence-based clinical program to deliver advances in patient outcomes and improve the lives of Motor Neuron Disease (MND) patients and their families. “The goal is to have a […]