Faculty Inductions for New Staff

To welcome all new 2017 sessional staff into Macquarie University, each Faculty will be running inductions on Admin and Learning and Teaching. Some faculties may also run complementary introduction events.

The induction sessions will provide casual academic staff with an introduction to the Macquarie community to ensure a positive staff and student experience.

Details of Faculty Inductions are listed below:

Faculty of Arts

Administration and Learning and Teaching Induction

Thursday 2nd March

W6A 107

9am-11am

Enrol here.

Community of Practice, Learning and Teaching

Wednesday 19th April

W6A 107

9am-11am

Enrol here.

For more information contact: Bettina Pfaendner 

Faculty of Business & Economics

All three inductions will cover the same content, you only need to attend one.

Monday 20th February

E6A 108

12pm-2pm

Enrol here.

Wednesday 22nd February

E6A 108

10am-12pm

Enrol here.

Thursday 23rd February

E6A 108

6pm-8pm

Enrol here.

For more information contact: Lilia Dragonov 

Faculty of Human Sciences

Tuesday 21st February

C3A 501

10am-12pm

For more information contact: Agnes Bosanquet  or Kylie Coaldrake 

Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences

These are full-day workshops and are compulsory for all sessional staff in the Faculty of Medicine and Health Science.

Day 1 – Friday 17th February

Continuum Room, Level 3, 75 Talavera Road

9am-3pm

Day 2 – Friday 24th February

Continuum Room, Level 3, 75 Talavera Road

9am-3pm

For more information contact: Sherrie Love or Victoria Taylor 

Faculty of Science and Engineering

For information on the Faculty of Science and Engineering Induction, please contact: James Downes 

 

An iLearn Unit has been created to accompany these induction sessions.

IND100 Casual Academic Staff Induction to Admin and Learning and Teaching. This is a self enrol unit.

You can find other essential information for new staff on the Macquarie website here.

We wish you all a great semester!

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