The University of Newcastle, Australia
New Scholarship for Indigenous Law Students

News • 14 Sep 2020

New Scholarship For Indigenous Law Students

A new scholarship to help Indigenous students realise their ambition to study law has been launched thanks to the generous support of the Newcastle Bar Association.

Students on beach

News • 14 Sep 2020

WIMBA Scholarships Inspire Female Leaders

The University of Newcastle’s Faculty of Business and Law has partnered with more than 10 leading Hunter organisations to offer the Women in MBA (WiMBA) scholarship for aspirational and high-achieving women.

Dr Marcus Rodrigs

News • 7 Sep 2020

International audience for Dr Marcus Rodrigs and his teaching methods

Dr Marcus Rodrigs presents his CR3 model to international academics

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News • 1 Sep 2020

Public organisations that manage complaints well reap the rewards, new research finds

For the first time, public sector organisations can now measure the social returns on complaint handling, revealing the holistic value of effective customer care. New research, conducted for the Society of Consumer Affairs Professionals (SOCAP) Australia by the University of Newcastle, has found that for every dollar that a public organisation spends on effectively handling complaints, the organisation can reap up to a $5 return on investment (ROI).

Prof Tania Sourdin in the Law Library

News • 31 Aug 2020

Machine-enhanced decision making; and clapping, flapping drones

Professor Tania Sourdin talks to ABC Radio National about her work on justice apps

student, Gabby, sitting at NUSpace

News • 28 Aug 2020

Transformative early entry into Law supports people from a refugee background

As a driving force for equity in higher education, the University of Newcastle has launched Australia’s first scheme to offer people from a refugee background the opportunity to gain early entry to study Law.

Vice Chancellor with 3MT winner and DVC, Janet Nelson

News • 20 Aug 2020

Three Minute Thesis competition goes virtual

From estimating soil moisture using a remote sensor to management of childhood stuttering in Sri Lanka, this year's virtual Three Minute Thesis competition showcased intriguing and excellent PhD research.

MGA Thermal team

News • 7 Aug 2020

Materials scientist and founder shares his story of driving renewable energy uptake

Professor Erich Kisi shares his innovation journey as co-founder of renewable energy storage company MGA Thermal at I2N's Startup Stories

bobae choi, tamara young, patti johnson, paul stolk

News • 31 Jul 2020

University of Newcastle part of funding boost announced to bolster local tourism, entertainment, and arts

Five local tourism, entertainment and arts organisations will benefit from more than $500,000 in funding from the City of Newcastle.

Prof Tania Sourdin in the Law Library

News • 28 Jul 2020

Professor Tania Sourdin says there is a need for cheaper and smarter dispute resolution options in family law

Professor Tania Sourdin in the Newcastle Herald discusses using apps for family dispute resolution

Prof Tania Sourdin

News • 22 Jul 2020

People are using artificial intelligence to help sort out their divorce. Would you?

Would you let an AI help sort out your divorce?

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News • 20 Jul 2020

Dr Marcus Rodrigs and a Report on Early Adopters of Technology

A study and review of early adopters in Indian universities and colleges

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