Short vlog from the Chair of Academic Senate, summarising the highlights from the most recent meeting held 30 May 2017. Continue reading May Academic Senate: Chair’s Vlog
Here’s a short video from the Chair, Professor Marie Herberstein, summarising the highlights from the most recent meeting. Hear more about communications in and out of Senate, the Vice Chancellor’s oral report and the Projects of Academic Senate…
What is the Academic Integrity Statement?
At the end of 2016, the Academic Senate established the Student Advisory Group on Academic Integrity. This Group developed a positively framed statement of values, rights and responsibilities in relation to academic integrity, that applies to all of Macquarie’s academic community. The statement will form the foundation of an institutional wide communication strategy and will underpin the culture and approach to academic integrity at the University.
The draft statement is available online for consultation. Feedback can be submitted via the online form by 26 April.
The statement will be finalised at a workshop on 4 May 2017. During the workshop, we will:
- Identify and clarify contributions made during the consultation period;
- Provide a further opportunity for staff, students and University work units/departments to provide feedback and have input into the draft statement and values; and
- Work toward alignment on a final Academic Integrity foundational statement and values for recommendation to the Academic Senate.
The first Academic Senate vlog for 2017!
Updates on Senate projects, a review of the year and more from the final Academic Senate Meeting of 2016. Continue reading Vlog: Latest news from the Academic Senate – December 2016
Updates on Senate projects and more from the most recent Academic Senate Meeting. Continue reading Vlog: Latest news from the Academic Senate – November 2016
Updates on Senate projects and more from the most recent Academic Senate Meeting. Continue reading Vlog: Latest news from the Academic Senate – September 2016
Nominations are currently open for the election of representatives to the Academic Senate. The Senate is the University’s principal academic governing body. Professor Mariella Herberstein, Chair of the Academic Senate, said that “being elected to Senate allows staff to become involved in critical matters which directly impact on the academic direction of the University. Our Senators provide critical perspectives and are important communication links between Senate and the research and teaching academy”. Continue reading Calling for Nominations: Who will be your next Academic Senate representative?
Deputy Chair Professor Jacqueline Phillips and I report on the most recent meeting of Macquarie University’s Academic Senate.
All eyes on the Academic Senate! Here’s my first video blog as Chair, summarising the main points of our most recent meeting.