The University of Newcastle, Australia
Parent Study Room

News • 11 Oct 2019

New Parents with Children Study Rooms

Are you a parent or carer studying at UON?

Green Week

News • 3 Oct 2019

Green Week is a green light towards sustainability

Greek Week 2019 is bringing a wide range of sustainable events and initiatives to our Callaghan, NeW Space, Central Coast and Sydney campuses starting from Monday 14 October.

Huxley Library Closure

News • 1 Oct 2019

Huxley Library Closed on Long Weekend

5PM FRIDAY 4 OCTOBER 2019 UNTIL 8AM TUESDAY 8 OCTOBER 2019

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

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.

Photos of Unisounds finalists entries

News • 23 Sep 2019

UON lands three of six Unisounds finalist entries

UON student acts Demi Mitchell, Cooks & Bakers and Grace Aberhart make three out of the six Unisounds finalist for 2019, the nationwide campus-orientated music competition.

Labour Day Hours

News • 23 Sep 2019

Labour Day Library Hours

Library and Information Common hours, Monday 7 October 2019.

100% renewable in 2020 carbon neutral by 2025

News • 17 Sep 2019

Standing for climate action

A message from the Vice-ChancellorOn Friday 20 September, Newcastle will be one of many cities to stage a Climate Strike and large numbers are expected to attend. The grassroots movement of young people across the globe demanding immediate climate action is both sobering and inspiring.

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.

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.

Grand Challenge winners

News • 3 Sep 2019

$50,000 funding awarded to innovative Grand Challenge solutions

From eucalyptus oil diffusers, to aromatic plants seeds dispensed through a gumball machine, and a Mozzie Map to quantify human/mosquito interactions, the innovative ideas proposed in the University of Newcastle’s Grand Challenge offer promising solutions to manage the global problem of mosquitoes.

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