News • 24 Dec 2018
If you’ve attended a junior sports game or training session, you’ve seen it happen – children asked to focus on complex skill drills instead of game-based playing, parents being recruited as coaches and eagerly shouting tactics, while less experienced players remain benched.
News • 20 Dec 2018
A pregnancy condition that endangers the lives of mothers and babies can lead to serious heart health issues for women up to 10 years after childbirth and yet few are aware of the risks.
News • 19 Dec 2018
A resilience and well-being program designed to help family and friends supporting loved ones who use crystal methamphetamine is set for a major expansion.
News • 18 Dec 2018
University of Newcastle research has shaped the creation of a new public warning system for one of the State’s most dangerous tourist hot spots – the Figure Eight Pools at Royal National Park.
News • 18 Dec 2018
Simple dietary changes and existing drugs used for other disorders could help ease the symptoms for millions of people currently living with schizophrenia.
News • 14 Dec 2018
Respiratory researchers at the University of Newcastle and Hunter Medical Research Institute are investigating how yoga and mindfulness classes can improve the quality of life for people with severe asthma.
News • 12 Dec 2018
University of Newcastle Vice-Chancellor Professor Alex Zelinsky has today written to staff to advise them of the outcome of the organisation’s superannuation review.
News • 6 Dec 2018
A new decision-making tool being developed in a major research project at the University of Newcastle (UON) and Hunter Medical Research Institute is set to give patients better and more personalised rehabilitation interventions after knee replacement surgery.
Faculty of Education and Arts • 6 Dec 2018
A/Prof Erica Southgate and her team have been funded by the Commonwealth Department of Education and Training to conduct the Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Emerging Technologies in School Project.
News • 5 Dec 2018
Concerted effort and commitment to improve gender equity and diversity within the workplace have earned the University of Newcastle an esteemed higher education sector award and official accreditation.
News • 4 Dec 2018
The NSW Government will invest $2.4 million in a statewide rollout of the University of Newcastle’s award-winning lifestyle program Dads And Daughters Exercising and Empowered (DADEE).
Faculty of Business and Law • 4 Dec 2018
Bill Eddy is a lawyer, therapist, mediator and the co-founder and Training Director of The High Conflict Institute. In October, the Newcastle Law School hosted Bill’s two professional development workshops on managing high conflict personalities for postgraduate law students, and for members of the legal community.