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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.
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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.
Clock is ticking for ovarian cancer
If a woman is diagnosed with early stage ovarian cancer, her chance of survival is high. But early detection tests don’t exist, yet. Our researchers are on the cusp of calling time for ovarian cancer.
The ripple effect of drought
Drought is like a creeping cancer. It insidiously infects communities. It spreads profound and multifaceted challenges that demand multidisciplinary treatment.
Fight for justice
The fight to free Kathleen Folbigg – the woman once dubbed Australia’s worst female serial killer – started in 2013 with the University’s Legal Centre and its law students helping to drive the movement.
How cultural insight and the neuroscience of trauma is changing the conversation around youth violence.
Run like a girl
The game changing program revolutionising female participation in sport
Protecting Indigenous knowledges
During his research to unlock the archives, Dr Hodgetts found that the keys had been long-kept from cultural knowledge-holders.
National University Teaching Awards celebrate outstanding educators at the University of Newcastle
Five University of Newcastle academics have been honoured with the prestigious Australian Awards for University Teaching.
University behind Australia’s largest, oldest and most successful enabling program welcomes Accord
The University of Newcastle has welcomed the Australian Universities Accord final report and stands ready to work with government on implementation.
Happier in the Hunter: promising findings for young people
Despite the challenges that young people in regional areas face, new data reveals Hunter youth are happier than their peers in capital cities.
‘Bank of Mum and Dad’ operating in the red
Parents offering their children a leg-up on the property ladder are at increased risk of financial elder abuse, a new study finds.
Nursing and teaching degrees popular as University of Newcastle’s Welcome Week activities commence
Almost 10,000 new students will start their university journey this week as they join in the University of Newcastle’s Welcome Week activities.
$10.6m MRFF funding boosts researchers’ mission to improve Australia’s health
Seven University of Newcastle teams have secured more than $10.6m in Australian government funding to help solve some of the nation’s most pressing health issues.
Coast Next Gen Art Exhibition 2024
Join us and come together to support the next generation of young artists on the Central Coast.
Campus Tours March
Join a tours at one of our five campus locations in Newcastle and the Central Coast. Tours starting times between 10am to 3pm.
TAFE to Uni Webinar
Tune in to hear from our admissions staff and student ambassadors that will provide advice and give key insights into studying at the University of Newcastle.
Mid-Year Info Session
You're invited to join our online info session to find out more about starting your degree in July. There is over 100 mid year undergraduate programs to choose from.
Central Coast Open Day
Get a taste of Uni life. Explore our new Central Coast Clinical school in Gosford and our Ourimbah Campus. Chat to current students and academics. Find out more about the degrees you are interesting in studying.
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.