Central Coast Open Day

News • 28 Jul 2022

Central Coast to host University of Newcastle’s first in-person Open Day since 2019

University Open Day to host campus tours, hands-on demonstrations and info sessions

University of Newcastle, Singapore Alumni with Lord Mayor Nuatali Nelmes receiving their keys

News • 28 Jul 2022

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 of Newcastle early career researcher and Accredited Practising Dietitian Dr Rebecca McLoughlin  has been awarded an Asthma Australia fellowship

News • 25 Jul 2022

Research builds asthma shared decision-making toolkit

University of Newcastle early career researcher and Accredited Practising Dietitian Dr Rebecca McLoughlin has been awarded an Asthma Australia fellowship to develop a shared decision-making toolkit to support the delivery of a personalised medicine strategy for people with chronic airway diseases - 'Treatable Traits’.

Researchers are calling for the inclusion of regular mental health assessments in fertility treatment guidelines and ongoing support after research shows that fertility problems contribute to women’s psychological distress, even if the fertility issues are resolved

News • 25 Jul 2022

Psychological toll of fertility issues lasts for years

Researchers are calling for the inclusion of regular mental health assessments in fertility treatment guidelines and ongoing support after research shows that fertility problems contribute to women’s psychological distress, even if the fertility issues are resolved.

News • 22 Jul 2022

Start-ups to surge with new Uni accelerator

As the Newcastle region continues to flourish as a talent hotspot for entrepreneurs and start-ups, the University of Newcastle has levelled up its contribution to the ecosystem with a new innovation platform – I2N Accelerator.

News • 21 Jul 2022

NSW EPA partnership to curb single use plastics

Positioned to help champion the ban on single use plastics, the University of Newcastle has been selected as a partner in sustainability with the NSW Environment Protection Authority (EPA).

Dr Michelle Kennedy baby mothers research

News • 18 Jul 2022

New tobacco use research shows community is key to enhance smoking cessation targets

An Indigenous-led research project from the University of Newcastle and Hunter Medical Research Institute (HMRI) has found that resources and funding is urgently needed to improve culturally safe and responsive supports for pregnant Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women who are trying to quit smoking.

A mother and her two children at graduation

News • 8 Jul 2022

A flying affair: students touchdown for graduation

Students from the University of Newcastle will travel to Callaghan from destinations as far as Indonesia and Sri Lanka as the University’s latest cohort of graduates receive their degrees.

Gomeroi Dance Company smoking ceremony Ma and Morley scholarship

News • 7 Jul 2022

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.

News • 6 Jul 2022

Pneumonia risk signals potential for precision medicine

The largest ever genomic study of pneumonia has identified the genetic risk signals of the disease, paving the way for potential new treatments and the use of precision medicine.

three women standing in a room looking at camera

News • 5 Jul 2022

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 Psychological Sciences.

Three people standing together

News • 29 Jun 2022

MGA Thermal showcases pathway to reliable renewable energy as it reaches 20GWh of global storage interest

MGA Thermal Media Release: Breakthrough Australian-invented storage technology will enable reliable, long-term energy storage across solar, wind, hydrogen and retrofitted thermal power plants

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