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Vale Pat Flowers

Vale Pat Flowers

Friday, 11 July 2014

Pat Flowers, the wife of our first University Librarian Ted Flowers, sadly passed away on Saturday 5 July 2014.

PRESTIGIOUS FELLOWSHIP

PRESTIGIOUS FELLOWSHIP

Thursday, 10 July 2014

Health sociology lecturer Dr Caragh Brosnan has been awarded a prestigious fellowship by Australia's leading research-intensive centre in the critical examination of complementary medicine.

Ben Quilty at the Saatchi Gallery … things just got interesting

Ben Quilty at the Saatchi Gallery … things just got interesting

Wednesday, 9 July 2014

By Kit Messham-Muir, University of Newcastle

Ben Quilty is the first Australian artist to hold a solo show at the Saatchi Gallery in London. Opening last Friday and running until August 3, the exhibition is a big deal for Quilty, naturally, but also for art in the southeastern corner of the globe.

Traditional ceremony marks next phase of NeW Space

Traditional ceremony marks next phase of NeW Space

Tuesday, 8 July 2014

A traditional Aboriginal smoking ceremony was today performed at the University of Newcastle's NeW Space site, as the project prepares to enter the next stage of development.

Australian Earth Sciences Convention

Australian Earth Sciences Convention

Monday, 7 July 2014

Professor Iain Stewart, renowned geoscientist and star of BBC TWO series 'Rise of the Continents' will participate in the 2014 Australian Earth Sciences Convention (AESC) this week at Newcastle City Hall.

Students experience world's cultures

Students experience world's cultures

Monday, 7 July 2014

Six University of Newcastle Communications students have landed a valuable opportunity to kick-start their career, after being selected to film and photograph one of the world's largest folk festivals.

Symposium to highlight concerns for youth

Symposium to highlight concerns for youth

Monday, 7 July 2014

The Youth Outside the Northern Metropole symposium will bring together international researchers in the area of youth studies to articulate the key concerns for urban, regional and rural young people in Australia and the Pacific region.

Eastern University Games

Eastern University Games

Friday, 4 July 2014

More than 3,200 university students will compete in Newcastle this week at the 2014 Eastern University Games (EUG). The games will see students from New South Wales, the Australian Capital Territory and New Zealand take part in 17 different sports over four days.