Faculty of Education and Arts
News • 20 Aug 2019
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 • 13 Aug 2019
A national report by University of Newcastle researchers has been released which contains a custom designed framework for future use of artificial intelligence in schools.
News • 11 Aug 2019
Dr Alana Piper, visiting digital humanities specialist recently hosted a workshop for the Faculty of Education and Arts.
News • 6 Aug 2019
Register now for Digital Humanities Summer Institute at New Space 9 - 13 December.
News • 2 Aug 2019
$25,000 funding will help Faculty of Education and Arts researchers develop financial literacy programs for women.
News • 26 Jul 2019
Dr Julie McIntyre will travel to the University of California to study Australian - American wine history.
News • 23 Jul 2019
Academics from across Australia gathered at the University of Newcastle to discuss how to improve equity in science degrees at the 2019 Australian Council of Deans of Science Teaching and Learning Leaders Conference
News • 19 Jul 2019
The University of Newcastle will host Newcastle’s first ever virtual concert this week, as students test the boundaries of immersive performance.
News • 15 Jul 2019
Proposals are now being accepted for presentations at ‘Digital research across the humanities’, a two-day symposium to be held at the University of Newcastle in November 2019.
News • 12 Jul 2019
The Australian music industry makes an estimated $195 million from international markets each year according to a ground-breaking report led by researchers from the University of Newcastle, which examines the cultural and economic value of Australian music exports.
News • 26 Jun 2019
New research is exploring how the VRTY platform can inspire learners to create their own virtual environments.
News • 21 Jun 2019
50 humanities centre academics and postgraduate students from Newcastle and around the country came together to discuss strategies and developments in humanities research in the regions.