Since its foundation in 1965, the University of Newcastle has a proud tradition of working with the local community for mutual benefit. Whether it is providing equitable access to higher education through Open Foundation and Yapug or working to address regional issues that also benefit teaching, learning and research outcomes, such as the Family Action Centre‘s Caravan Project.
Community-based programs like these have paved the way for collaborative and innovative teaching and research partnerships that have enabled UON to garner global recognition as a world-class university.
UON Engage delivers news about ways University of Newcastle students, staff, academics and researchers work with communities, industry and government both locally and internationally to help grow and strengthen our region.
Join us in celebrating examples of successful partnerships and keep up to date with opportunities to participate with UON events, research and volunteering.