The University of Newcastle, Australia
Professor Kevin Hall

News • 18 Oct 2019

New funding will see University of Newcastle students study across Indo-Pacific region

More than 400 students from the University of Newcastle will have the opportunity to work on projects across the Indo-Pacific region, thanks to the latest funding announced under the Australian Government’s New Colombo Plan.

Newcastle China Week 2019

News • 30 Sep 2019

Newcastle China Week 2019

'Wine and Tourism’ integral in educating and supporting engagement with China

News • 27 Sep 2019

Auchmuty Banner Project

The Auchmuty Library has a new feature on its exterior facade celebrating six contemporary Aboriginal women artists in the University’s Art Collection.

News • 27 Sep 2019

La Grande Traduction (Lit. The Great Translation) at the University of Newcastle

French signs are popping up in odd places around the University of Newcastle.

Vice Chancellor

News • 25 Sep 2019

Vice-Chancellor inducted to prestigious Bragg Membership

Receiving the highest category of membership awarded by The Royal Institution of Australia, the University of Newcastle’s Vice-Chancellor and President, Professor Alex Zelinsky AO, will be inducted as an Honorary Bragg member today.

Dr Ruth Lopert

News • 5 Sep 2019

2019 Alumni Award Recipients Announced

Public health physician Ruth Lopert has received the University of Newcastle’s 2019 Alumni Medal for professional excellence and her dedication to global health and pharmaceutical policy.

Jeff Dobinson, with his nephew Simon Anicich, and brother-in-law, Richard Anicich.

News • 5 Sep 2019

University’s fundraising trek unites staff, alumni and community in support of Indigenous health

Trekking 100 kilometres across the arid Australian outback in five days is a challenge, but one that 25 brave individuals are eager to tackle in the name of Indigenous education and health research.

Team members from Richard Crookes Constructions

News • 4 Sep 2019

New Scholarship to Build Careers in Construction

The team at Richard Crookes Constructions understand the importance of building a diverse and inclusive industry and a workforce that represents our communities.

News • 4 Sep 2019

An Extra Helping Hand for Deserving Students

Imagine trying to work without the right tools.

students and staff at the cultural immersion

News • 4 Sep 2019

Igniting a Connection to Traditional Culture

Students and staff joined the Broke community in a traditional cultural burn to experience how Aboriginal land management practices enhance the health of the land and its people.

Friends of the University of Newcastle representatives

News • 4 Sep 2019

Friends of the University Book Fair Raises Over $100,000 for Student Scholarships

People flocked to Newcastle’s favourite ‘pop- up’ bookshop as the Friends of the University of Newcastle returned with their famous biennial Book Fair last month.

Artist's impression of the building

News • 4 Sep 2019

Strong partnerships and a shared vision for the future of integrated healthcare is set to improve the wellbeing of our Central Coast community

The future of healthcare delivery on the Central Coast is taking shape, with work starting today on a new education and research facility located at Gosford Hospital.

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