Category: Science and Engineering

From the Faculty of Science and Engineering.

Engineering in big underground tunnel

Do entrepreneurial skills enhance the employability of graduate engineers?

Integrating transferable enterprise skills into units by using MQIDEA to really boost student employability after graduation: find out more!

/ 28 March, 2019
Hemiptera

From fauna to flora: engaging students in species identification

An SPG grant that helps students untangle themselves from the invertebrate web of confusion and remain engaged and interested in research projects that answer meaningful questions.

/ 12 March, 2019

3D Digital Heritage Capture: Macquarie Lightstation 200 years

On 30 November 2018, 200 years to the day of the first Macquarie lighthouse being lit, we launched a digital heritage resource at a civic event next to the lighthouse as well as on our website and the Trust’s website so...

/ 11 December, 2018
20181106 One Health Science Fair

Innovative assessment captivating Biology students

One Health Antibiotic Resistance Science Fair – integrating research, teaching and outreach in assessment practice.

/ 20 November, 2018
man balancing on rock at sunset

Achieving a work-life balance while juggling research and teaching

Mike Heimlich and Stuart Jackson from the School of Engineering, Michelle Leishman from Biological Sciences, and Orsola De Marco from Physics and Astronomy talk about their personal paths towards achieving work-life balance.

/ 20 November, 2018
Ian Paulsen

Professors Profess: Ian Paulsen

Professor Ian Paulsen expresses his mutual love of science and gaming and the problem solving involved in both, his initial concerns about teaching and how diversifying and seizing opportunities is the way to survive the academic adventure.

/ 29 August, 2018
ipad with figures

Electronic Exams Are Now Available!

Electronic exams are now available for suitable Macquarie University units. Electronic exams maintain all characteristics expected from supervised paper exams but are easier to mark, require no paper and make it easier to provide students with feedback. Find out more...

/ 13 July, 2018
person with speech bubble

How I Upskilled My Students In Social Media Communication

It’s increasingly important for graduates to have strong communication skills, so here Katherine McClellan shares how she upskilled her students in blogging, Twitter and podcasts.

/ 14 June, 2018
iLearn Dropin

iLearn Open House – Featuring HLTH109

iLearn Open House features HLTH109 – Anatomy of Limbs and Back, convened by Associate Professor Goran Štrkalj

/ 13 February, 2018