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Library ANZAC Day hours

Monday, 23 April 2018

Library and Information Common hours for the ANZAC Day public holiday Wednesday 25th April.

A kindergarten dream turns reality for University of Newcastle law graduate

A kindergarten dream turns reality for University of Newcastle law graduate

Friday, 13 April 2018

With a dream to become a lawyer since kindergarten, Sapphire Dawson persevered to pursue a Law degree, overcoming the initial setback of not meeting the necessary entry score.

A passion for helping evolves into a career of helping

A passion for helping evolves into a career of helping

Thursday, 12 April 2018

With a background working in the community service sector, Ella Reed identified an opportunity to bolster her clinical experience with theoretical knowledge. This led her to pursue a Bachelor of Social Science.

New Futures Hackathon will decode solutions to help the aged care crisis

New Futures Hackathon will decode solutions to help the aged care crisis

Wednesday, 11 April 2018

The University of Newcastle will invite innovators, problem solvers, tech heads and designers to create technical solutions to help alleviate the world’s ageing population crisis at the New Futures Hackathon for Aged Care.

2018 Careers and Employment Expo & NeW Space Networking Event

2018 Careers and Employment Expo & NeW Space Networking Event

Friday, 6 April 2018

Over 700 students recently had the opportunity to meet future employers at the annual Careers and Employment Expo, hosted by UON Careers and Student Development Office.

University of Newcastle graduate bridges the gap in rural health

University of Newcastle graduate bridges the gap in rural health

Friday, 6 April 2018

Graduating with a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Community Medicine and Clinical Epidemiology and currently practising as a paediatric physiotherapist, Luke Wakely is passionate about minimising inequity in health, particularly for children who live in rural areas.

Doctor-to-be Nicole Whitson paves the way for Indigenous students

Doctor-to-be Nicole Whitson paves the way for Indigenous students

Friday, 6 April 2018

Following in the footsteps of her Aunty, Professor Gail Garvey, Nicole Whitson is proud to be the third person to graduate from her large Indigenous family of almost 40 immediate relatives.

A new career path is born for University of Newcastle midwifery graduate

A new career path is born for University of Newcastle midwifery graduate

Thursday, 5 April 2018

After struggling to determine which career path to pursue, Angela Rees’ passion for midwifery was ignited after a chance encounter with a family and their newborn.