The University of Newcastle, Australia
Senior Deputy Vice-Chancellor & Vice-President Global Engagement and Partnerships, Professor Kevin Hall; Head of School for Architecture and Built Environment, Professor Sue-Anne Ware; CIFAL Newcastle Executive Director, Dr Temi Egbelakin; and Mr Alex Mejia, Manager of UNITAR’s Decentralised Cooperation Program and leader of the CIFAL Global Network.

News • 30 Sep 2019

CIFAL Newcastle signs agreement at UN Headquarters

CIFAL Newcastle is officially part of the CIFAL Global Network, after a new cooperation agreement between the University of Newcastle and UNITAR was signed at the United Nations headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland.

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News • 5 Sep 2019

2019 PRME Report

NBS report submitted to United Nations PRME initiative

Three Minute Thesis contestant

News • 20 Aug 2019

The next wave of research stars in the limelight

With thousands of hours of research condensed into just three minutes, 15 bright and determined postgraduate students will take the stage at The Conservatorium on Friday (23 August) to compete in the Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition.

News • 19 Jul 2019

Executive MBA Breakfast

The new Executive MBA (EMBA) offered by the University of Newcastle's Business School is an intensive one-year, management and leadership program to enable participants to scale new heights in their careers.

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News • 10 Jul 2019

National Priority Pool funded research to investigate student perspectives on success

The University of Newcastle has been awarded a second grant in the latest Higher Education Participation and Partnerships Program National Priorities Pool (HEPPP NPP) scheme.

Complaints Management

News • 13 Jun 2019

New Phase of Research Investigates Complaints Management in Public Organisations

The second phase of ground-breaking research into measuring the return on investment (ROI) on effective customer complaints management has begun.

ROI - Complaints

News • 1 Jul 2018

Study finds return on investment in complaint handling can be as high as 1000%

Professor Tania Sourdin (Newcastle Law School), Dr Jamie Carlson (Newcastle Business School), Emeritus Professor Martin Watts, and Ms Christine Armstrong (PhD Candidate) have found that return on investment in complaint handling can be as high as 1000%.

Professor Penny Jane Burke

News • 15 Apr 2019

Research team to develop an International Literature Review on Equity in Higher Education

A research team from University of Newcastle and University of Melbourne have been awarded a grant from the Australian Department of Education and Training, under the HEPPP National Priority Pool scheme, to develop an International Literature Review on Equity in Higher Education. This work will be a significant asset for the Australian field of Equity in Higher Education.

News • 12 Apr 2019

Callaghan graduates cross the stage toward a new chapter

More than 4000 students will celebrate the culmination of their studies over the next week, with the annual graduation ceremonies set to commence at the University of Newcastle’s Callaghan campus.

Greater Bank and University of Newcastle representatives

News • 8 Apr 2019

Industry-first partnership builds financial literacy

The University of Newcastle and Greater Bank have announced a five-year partnership.

HRFC lead economist Dr Anthea Bill delivers the economic health check at a recent Upper Hunter Economic Breakfast

News • 8 Apr 2019

Bengalla Continues a Rich History of Local Collaboration for Community Gain

Upper Hunter communities will benefit from a new philanthropic partnership.

Engagement and Impact

News • 1 Apr 2019

Research making a difference across the region and beyond

University of Newcastle research has received high marks in the Australian Research Council’s first ever Engagement and Impact Assessment – recognising the significant impact the work is having in Australia and around the world.

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