Hallmarks of esteem

Externally Funded Fellowships

Australian Research Council (ARC) Future Fellowships

Professor Ros Smith
Marginalia and the early modern woman writer, 1530-1660
Professor David LubansTo determining how changes in physical activity and sedentary behaviour might influence health and wellbeing in young Australians.2014-2018$800,208
Associate Professor Hans-Lukas Kieser War, Violence, and Apocalyptic-Millenarianism in the Middle East: Talat Pasha and the Foundation of Modern 2013-2017 $790,764
Associate Professor Victoria Haskins

In Her Place: state intervention and Indigenous domestic service in Australia and United States, 1880-1945



Australian Research Council (ARC) Discovery Early Career Researcher Awards (DECRA)

Dr Elizabeth Roberts-Pedersen

Unquiet Minds: Psychiatry in World War Two and its aftermaths

Dr David Farrugia

The Formation of Young Workers: A Multi Sited Study on the Periphery

2016- 2018$350,974
Dr Caragh Brosnan Complementary and Alternative Medicine Degrees: New Configurations of Knowledge, Professional Autonomy and the University 2014-2016 $370,369
Associate Professor Bronwyn Hemsley Tweet reach: Using Twitter to Increase Information Exchange in People with Communication Disabilities 2014-2016 $395,220
Professor Ronald Plotnikoff

Physical Activity and Population



National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Professorial Fellowships

Professor David Lubans

Optimising the adoption and implementation of evidence-based physical activity interventions in schools

2019-2023 $724,175
Professor Ronald Plotnikoff

Physical Activity and Population



Heart Foundation Post Doctoral Fellowship

Dr Myles Young

SHED IT Recharge - Evaluation of a scalable, gender tailored program to reduce cardiovascular risk factors in overweight and obese med with depression

2018-2020 $151,350

Members of learned academies

Australian Academy of the Humanities Fellows

The Australian Academy of the Humanities Fellowship comprises more than 500 distinguished individuals elected by their peers in recognition of the excellence and impact of their scholarship in the humanities. The Faculty of Education and Arts is proud to work with the following members:

ARC college of Expert Members

NHMRC Expert Panel Members

Leadership of Societies and Peak Bodies

Editors of Scholarly Journals

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.