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Acknowledgement of Country 00:40

The University of Newcastle acknowledges the traditional custodians of the lands within our footprint areas: Awabakal Nation, Darkinjung Nation, Biripai Nation, Worimi Nation, Wonnarua Nation and Eora Nation. We also pay respect to the wisdom of our Elders past and present.

Indigenous collaboration

We are proud of our record in Indigenous higher education, innovation and engagement, which has been driven by relationships with the Indigenous community and through the work of the Wollotuka Institute.

Our research impact

Our research impact

Our world-leading researchers translate new knowledge into innovations that make a real difference.

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Collaborate and engage

Whether you are a business, NGO, charity organisation or simply an engaged member of the community, there is an opportunity for you to collaborate and engage with the University.

Our stories

Community connection

Community connection

For some people, the knowledge of who they are and where they come from is clouded in mystery. A new workshop, led by The Wollotuka Institute, aims to clear the air.

Learning the hard truth

Learning the hard truth

The intensity of Australia’s violent colonial history cannot be ignored, documented in the first comprehensive, nation-wide mapped record of frontier massacres. Now, it’s time to learn from this truth-telling.

Five in-demand careers

Five in-demand careers

The most in-demand jobs set to surge over the next five years in Australia have recently been revealed by the Australian Prime Minister, and it’s no surprise the University of Newcastle is a breeding ground for graduates in fields listed in the top 10.

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Girls to the front

Girls to the front

Female high school students in the Hunter are being inspired to pursue meaningful careers in STEM thanks to a unique program created over a conversation at a campus cafe.

The surprising new role power plants will have in our green energy future

The surprising new role power plants will have in our green energy future

One of Australia’s oldest energy hubs, the Hunter Valley is approaching an uncertain future as the world's carbon crisis reaches a crescendo. But a company that has spun off from research done at the University of Newcastle is showing there is new life to be found in our old systems and infrastructure – and could see the region become a world-leader in clean, green power.

The talking cure

The talking cure

Speech pathology students are playing an important role in the establishment of a new community-centred program to improve outcomes for children in regional NSW.

Researchers make new connections between sperm and overall health

Researchers make new connections between sperm and overall health

Researchers from the Infertility and Reproduction Program at Hunter Medical Research Institute have unearthed a connection between lipid peroxidation that occurs in both poor sperm health and in other diseases.

Media Statement: Enterprise bargaining and industrial action

Media Statement: Enterprise bargaining and industrial action

Solving the nation’s challenges: $3million in ARC funding

Solving the nation’s challenges: $3million in ARC funding

The Australian Research Council (ARC) has announced its latest rounds of funding for the Future Fellowships and DECRA schemes, with four University of Newcastle projects attracting funding of more than $3 million for projects of national importance.

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$12m program rolling out regional diabetes care

$12m program rolling out regional diabetes care

The Hunter Medical Research Institute (HMRI), Hunter New England Health Local Health District (HNELHD), the Hunter New England Central Coast Primary Health Network (HNECCPHN) and the University of Newcastle are improving access to diabetes care in rural and regional areas.

Students, staff and businesses to be recognised in University of Newcastle Employability Excellence Awards

Students, staff and businesses to be recognised in University of Newcastle Employability Excellence Awards

New benchmarking tool aims to reshape workplaces across Australia

New benchmarking tool aims to reshape workplaces across Australia

More than half of Australian employees feel lonely in their work, with 15 per cent feeling 'extremely lonely', and younger Australians below 29 years of age feeling lonelier than any other age group.

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The University of Newcastle acknowledges the traditional custodians of the lands within our footprint areas: Awabakal, Darkinjung, Biripai, Worimi, Wonnarua, and Eora Nations. We also pay respect to the wisdom of our Elders past and present.