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Mark Hughes Foundation Centre for Brain Cancer Research

Mark Hughes Foundation Centre for Brain Cancer Research

Mark Hughes Foundation Centre for Brain Cancer Research is committed to finding a cure and improving the lives of those affected by brain cancer.

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News

Six University of Newcastle Singapore Alumni honoured with key to the City of Newcastle

Six University of Newcastle Singapore Alumni honoured with key to the City of Newcastle

Six University of Newcastle Alumni who completed the Colombo Plan Scholarship Program have received keys to the city in recognition of their work to promote Newcastle internationally.

University global experience pivots for home truths

University global experience pivots for home truths

A renowned scholarship program at the University of Newcastle will look very different this year, with students heading across New South Wales for a transformative cultural experience.

Supporting the world's wellbeing through evidence-based sensory experiences.

Supporting the world's wellbeing through evidence-based sensory experiences.

At I2N’s Startup Stories at I2N Hub Honeysuckle on Wednesday 6 July, Bliss shared her story of how she developed her unique spaces and founded a company which is now pioneering sensory spaces across the country.

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New partnership addressing children’s trauma

New partnership addressing children’s trauma

Mothers and children escaping domestic and family violence are being supported by a new partnership between Jenny’s Place and the University of Newcastle’s School of Psychology.

Tertiary system can better support victims of gender-based violence

Tertiary system can better support victims of gender-based violence

New research by the University of Newcastle has found students who are victim-survivors of gender-based violence overcome major challenges to access and fully participate in higher education – and the institution is pushing for change.

Inaugural Meg Purser Communications Scholarship awarded

Inaugural Meg Purser Communications Scholarship awarded

A passion to make a positive impact in the community has seen second year University of Newcastle communications student Courtney Yeandle named as the inaugural recipient of the Meg Purser Scholarship.

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.