Resources and support
Whether you’re a seasoned researcher or just starting out, Macquarie offers the resources and support to help you on your journey. We connect you to a network of people, knowledge and funding, and provide the tools and facilities you need to manage and support your work. We also give you access to services and training that allow you to grow your skills and develop you career.
This includes helping you seek out external prizes and awards. The Macquarie Spectrum Mentoring program can help link you to the right person to guide you on your research path. The library can help you access resource and information regarding copyright and publication. The Learning and Teaching unit can help you hone your teaching skills. For other matters, reach out to the Research Office or human resources.
Early Career Researcher Network
The Early Career Researcher Network helps new researchers build their career.
eResearch refers to the use of advanced information and communications technologies that support and enhance research.
Research Enrichment Program
The Research Enrichment Program (REP) aims to incubate current and future research leaders both scientifically and societally by cultivating a broad outlook.
Workshops and seminars
Macquarie University host workshops and seminars throughout the year for staff and student researchers. These events are hosted by different portfolios within the University.
IRIS is the research and innovation system for tracking, processing and administering research management at Macquarie University.