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Encourage students to check their inbox - Student Experience Survey is now open

Each year in August students have the opportunity to participate in the Student Experience Survey (SES). First year undergraduate students, completing undergraduates and coursework post-graduates will receive email invitations with a link to the survey. Encourage participation - they could win great prizes. (more)

Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA) 2017-2018 Workplace Profile Report

Murdoch University is firmly committed to providing a diverse and inclusive workplace, and has recently released the 2017-2018 Workplace Profile Report. (more)

ITS Services Announcements : Update to Mailbox

From September 1, a new ITS Announcements mailbox will be used for future incidents and ITS communications. (more)

Sound On festival

Presented by Murdoch University (more)

Volunteers wanted for facial recognition research project

We are looking for volunteers with sound mental/physical health, aged 18 +, to participate in a study looking at how cognitive ability differences influence performance on a face recognition task. Murdoch Psychology students completing units (PSY141, BSC201, BSC302) will get .5 credits for completing the online survey, and 2 credit point + $10 dollar gift voucher for completing the second part. If you are not a Murdoch Psychology student you will get a $10 dollar gift voucher for participation. (more)

Conference of Interest | The International Research Agenda | 18 - 21 September | Hobart

The Australasian Research Management Society (ARMS) Conference is an annual flagship event bringing together speakers and delegates from around the world to share, learn and discuss the international research agenda. The conference aims to build discussion on how best to position and support research for future global and local needs, what infrastructure is needed to invest in now for the future, and how to ensure research creates an impact. (more)

Volunteers wanted for research into brain activity

We are looking for healthy volunteers aged 60+ years to participate in studies investigating activity in areas of the brain that are important for movements such as picking up objects and walking. (more)