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Australian actor Samuel Johnson OAM and his charity Love Your Sister have chosen to partner with Macquarie University to help raise funds for the fight against cancer.

Love Your Sister, which has raised $12 million dollars for cancer research, has allocated $712,000 to the Macquarie University Cancer Biobank. Read more: [ Macq.it Link ]

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Macquarie University’s MindSpot Clinic has been inundated with thousands of Australians seeking to manage their anxiety right now.

As we settle into our 'new normal', Professor Nick Titov recommends these daily activities to help build resilience: [ Macq.it Link ] #LighthouseNewsflash

The new normal: the skills you need to stay emotionally strong

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Many hands make light work! The Faculty of Science and Engineering and the Faculty of Medicine, Health and Human Sciences have rallied to supply and deliver chemicals which can be manufactured into hand sanitiser to the Macquarie University Hospital and Clinic.

It's heartening to see faculties are still working closely together in these challenging times: [ Macq.it Link ]

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A new shopping frenzy is taking hold as consumers rush to buy a host of products to maintain their lifestyle at home, such as trampolines, computer screens and potted plants.

Economist and business analyst Dr Prashan Karunaratne explains the 'substitution effect': [ Macq.it Link ] #LighthouseNewsflash

House-bound shoppers trigger new online retail frenzy

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10 questions with… Phanh Oudomlith!

If there are two things Phanh knows, it’s books and business. Having been at Macquarie for "38 short years", as he calls it, Phanh currently leads a team of research librarians supporting the Macquarie Business School with their needs for learning, teaching and research: [ Macq.it Link ]

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As New South Wales Premier Gladys Berejiklian urges parents to reconsider sending their children to school, Macquarie University clinical psychologist Dr Gemma Sicouri provides some advice on how to cope with home-schooling: [ Macq.it Link ]


No school: coping strategies for house-bound families

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Pandemic anxiety is real and it is triggering much of the strange stockpiling we are seeing at present – but there are better ways to cope psychologically, says Professor Ron Rapee: [ Macq.it Link ] #LighthouseNewsflash

Here's how to manage pandemic panic

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Macquarie University's first graduating class is celebrating its 50 year anniversary.

The first group of 152 Macquarie graduates, the Class of 1969, graduated on Saturday 21 March in 1970, with the University’s first two doctorates conferred on Harold George Cogger and Joan Elizabeth Kirkby. Read more from Macquarie University Alumni: [ Macq.it Link ]


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As the Reserve Bank of Australia slashes interest rates to a record low of 0.25 per cent to stave off some of the economic fallout over coronavirus, Dr Ben from Macquarie Business School looks at the long-term implications for the Australian economy: [ Macq.it Link ]


How low can they go? Is there an end to plummeting interest rates?

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"My Bachelor of Laws combined with my Bachelor of Arts majoring in Human Resources equipped me with the legal and business skills to be able to learn to deliver commercially driven legal advice.

"It contributed to my success in obtaining a coveted position as a Graduate at Law at HWL Ebsworth Lawyers, currently the largest legal partnership in Australia and ever growing.

"Overall, Macquarie...

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