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Engaging the Chinese Community through Media

Engaging the Chinese Community through Media

Monday, 1 September 2014

Dr Hao Tan of the Newcastle Business School uses media to engage with the Chinese community

Medicine: where will it take you?

Medicine: where will it take you?

Friday, 29 August 2014

The Joint Medical Program has a strong focus on clinical experience ensuring its graduates are prepared for a rewarding medical career. Third year medical student, Catherine Hicks, travelled to Nepal for one of the most awe-inspiring experiences she has had in the past three years as a medical student.

Bachelor of Medicine program to continue in 2015

Bachelor of Medicine program to continue in 2015

Friday, 29 August 2014

Due to the challenges that go with delivering Australia's first five-year medical degree, we have chosen to delay the start of the Bachelor of Medical Science/Doctor of Medicine (MD-JMP) until 2016. This will give us time to make sure we deliver the highest quality program for our students.

NeW Space Information Session

NeW Space Information Session

Friday, 29 August 2014

UON will this weekend host a community information session, where Hunter residents can view plans for the proposed NeW Space higher education facility.

2015 Hobsons Good Universities Guide

2015 Hobsons Good Universities Guide

Thursday, 28 August 2014

The University of Newcastle (UON) has maintained its impressive five-star ratings for socioeconomic equity and equipping students with generic skills, according to the 2015 Good Universities Guide.

Artificial pancreas

Artificial pancreas

Thursday, 28 August 2014

Details of a revolutionary 'artificial pancreas' being jointly developed by University of Newcastle engineers and HMRI diabetes researchers were revealed today with the launch of a new website – www.artificialpancreas.com.au.

Ruth Liou performance drawing

Ruth Liou performance drawing

Thursday, 28 August 2014

Artist Ruth Liou created delicate line drawings on the walls of the University Gallery as part of the installation of her PhD exhibition Lim'I'nal.

Asylum-seekers in detention: a moral issue for the health profession

Asylum-seekers in detention: a moral issue for the health profession

Wednesday, 27 August 2014

The Clinical Unit in Ethics and Health Law (CUEHL) is pleased to present this special seminar on one of the most topical and troubling moral issues facing the health profession in Australia today - the ongoing harm caused to asylum-seekers as a result of their prolonged detention by the Australian Government.