The Newcastle Business School welcomed Professor Rajeshwari Deshpande for a public lecture
Dr Hao Tan discusses the impacts of the recent fall in oil price on China's energy transitions
Newcastle Law School academic presents at G20 Interfaith Summit
Thanking our Work Ready industry partners
Dr Hao Tan talks with the BBC and Panorama FM about China's role in renewable energy technologies and climate change
Nola Ries of the Newcastle Law School discusses lessons Australia can learn from Canadian cannabis policies
Prestigious panellists debate what makes for a productive workplace
Newcastle Law School PhD Candidate, Akshaya Kamalnath, will attend the 2015 CLTA Conference
Students from Merewether High School win the 2014 Business Plan Challenge
Faculty RHD students awarded at annual NUPSA Dinner
Dr. Hao Tan discusses implications of the Fossil Fuel Divestment Movement to Chinese fossil fuel companies
Paul Docherty and Steve Easton discuss the Medibank Private float
Kcasey McLoughlin discusses Zoe's Law and its possible implications for women's rights
Kelly Rogers has been awarded the Jane M. Klauseman Women in Business Scholarship
Newcastle law students were taught a valuable lesson about corruption in law last Friday, during an address delivered by the visiting Chief Justice of Singapore, the Hon. Justice Sundaresh Menon
The Newcastle Business School celebrates its high achievers
Dr Richard Oloruntoba discusses disaster relief
Newcastle Business School academics crunch the numbers on the Melbourne Cup
Dr Amy Maguire examines if the International Criminal Court could prosecute Australia for crimes against humanity?
The University of Newcastle's (UON) Newcastle Business School (Central Coast) has been engaged by NSW Trade & Investment to provide research and evaluation services to support the NSW Government's $1.5 million Smart Work Hub Pilot Program.
NBS academic and the NY Times discuss why fearing the worst might make you better at your job
Shaun McCarthy discusses an evidence challenge of the Kathleen Folbigg case
Associate Professor Rebecca Mitchell and Dr Brendan Boyle were awarded Best Paper at the British Academy of Management conference
Dr Amy Maguire discusses renewed calls for Northern Ireland to leave the UK in The Conversation
University of Newcastle Central Coast Campus students brushed shoulders with some of football's biggest stars during a unique visit to Moore Park entertainment and sporting precinct.
Newcastle Business School academic, Dr Richard Oloruntoba, awarded international logistics prize
Newcastle Law School-proposed panel accepted at the prestigious International Studies Association conference
Tanya Plibersek, Deputy Leader of the Opposition, visited the University of Newcastle Legal Centre
Associate Professor John Anderson talks about "Coward Punch" laws being passed in Victoria
Newcastle Business School academic, Dr Richard Oloruntoba, says Newcastle is ill-prepared for another major quake
The Law School was proud to welcome the Honourable Robert French AC Chief Justice of the High Court of Australia, to deliver the 2014 Sir Ninian Stephen Lecture
Dr Hao Tan of the Newcastle Business School uses media to engage with the Chinese readership
Associate Professor John Anderson discusses new "Coward Punch" laws
Newcastle Business School academic Dr Robert Imre suggests Australia should be looking to Canada for its broadband policy
Faculty of Business and Law graduates top the charts for employability
Newcastle Law School academic Dr Amy Maguire discusses Australia's current asylum seeker policy
Newcastle Law School academic Daniel Matas has written an opinion piece on violence on the sporting field
Newcastle Law School academics Associate Professor John Anderson and Dr Alan Berman discuss racial vilification laws
Newcastle Law School RHD student Akshaya Kamalnath has been awarded third place in the Three Minute Thesis competition
Newcastle Business School students rewarded with NAB positions after completing industry placement
In light of the recent trial of Gerard Baden-Clay, Associate Professor John Anderson addressed how media coverage impacts trial proceedings and outcomes in a radio interview by Matthew Dryden in late July.
Newcastle Law School PhD student Kerryn Brent has been invited to a prestigious Climate Geoengineering Summer School
Professor Mark Bray represented the Faculty of Business & Law and the University at the Australia Awards Scholarship GRANDuation in Manila in late May
Rebecca Mitchell discusses tension in the workplace
Associate Professor Neil Foster welcomes appeal on landmark court decision regarding religious freedom in an article with the Australian
Associate Professor Rebecca Mitchell discusses female confidence levels
Dr Hao Tan of the Newcastle Business School addresses recent protests in China over waste incineration
Newcastle Business School academic, Hao Tan, has had a letter published in Nature discussing China and its use of renewable energy sources.
Newcastle Law School academics Dr Alan Berman and Sher Campbell delve into Queensland's 'homosexual advance defence'.
Nominations are now open for the 2014 Faculty of Business and Law Teaching Awards.
Newcastle Business School academic Paul Docherty discusses the proposed privatisation of Medibank Private.
The Faculty of Business and Law will be sponsoring the 2014 Australian Regional Development Conference (ARDC)
The Hon. Michael Kirby AC, CMG presents the lecture, 'North Korea and Human Rights: Can Things Change?'
The Hon. TF Bathurst presents the lecture, "The Trials and Tribulations of Being a Lawyer"
The University of Newcastle Legal Centre (UNLC) has taken begun working with the Friends of King Edward Park Group to challenge Newcastle City Council's Approval of a function centre at the cliff-top site at King Edward Park.
Young people needing legal advice are encouraged to tap into expertise of the University of Newcastle's Legal Centre when it slips out of the office and hits the sand for its annual Law on the Beach free community legal advice service.
In the Conversation, Associate Professor Rebecca Mitchell talks about how conflict in the workplace can lead to team innovation and success.
Newcastle Law School students achieved mooting success at the Annual Australian Law Students' Association Conference.
Celebrating its 10th anniversary this year, the 2013 Business Plan Challenge grand final was held on Friday 15 November with over $20,000 worth of scholarships and prizes on offer.