Faculty of Education and Arts

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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.

Central Coast celebrates graduation and milestone

Central Coast celebrates graduation and milestone

Wednesday, 2 July 2014

There are double celebrations at the University of Newcastle's Central Coast Campus this week as almost 500 students graduate from their programs and UON marks 25 years of partnership in the region.

UON Research Group Launches World-class Journal

UON Research Group Launches World-class Journal

Tuesday, 1 July 2014

The University of Newcastle's Historical Experience, Representation, Media, Education, and Society (HERMES) Research Group has launched its inaugural issue of Historical Encounters.

UON Emeritus Professor to give keynote at DH2015

UON Emeritus Professor to give keynote at DH2015

Monday, 30 June 2014

John Burrows, an Emeritus Professor of the University of Newcastle, now in his 80s but still active in the Centre for Literary and Linguistic Computing, has been invited to give the opening keynote address at DH2015, the international digital humanities conference.

Mining the creative mind

Mining the creative mind

Tuesday, 24 June 2014

This week international researchers will gather in Newcastle for the Centre for Literary and Linguistic Computing Beyond Authorship Symposium.

Indigenous entrepreneurship research assists international communities

Indigenous entrepreneurship research assists international communities

Monday, 2 June 2014

University of Newcastle professor shares Indigenous entrepreneurship expertise with researchers at First Nations University of Canada.

Newcastle Poetry Prize

Newcastle Poetry Prize

Wednesday, 28 May 2014

Following record entries in 2013, judges of the Newcastle Poetry Prize are preparing for another year of national excellence from established and emerging poets from across the country.

UoN’s Speech Pathology work recognised internationally

UoN’s Speech Pathology work recognised internationally

Monday, 26 May 2014

Head of speech pathology, Dr Sally Hewat was recently recognised for her significant contributions to the people of Vietnam in supporting the development of the speech pathology program and profession.