UON Environmental Science and Management student Jonathan Mansfield recently participated in a community development program in West Timor.
Celebrating the strength of and inspiring women on the Central Coast to strive for success, despite life's obstacles, is the aim of the annual Lifeline Central Coast Steel Magnolia Awards.
UON Central Coast was among the crowd at a recent Mariners versus Jets game to educate fans about the possibilities of pursuing a career in sport science.
A nutrition research program which helped improve the diets of families with a history of heart disease or stroke is now focussing on individuals with high cholesterol levels.
UON recently unveiled a new initiative designed to link food industry businesses with academic researchers to develop solutions for complex problems in the food and beverage industry.
A creek clean-up, a guided walk and a volunteer lunch were all part of the celebrations held on campus last week to mark International Volunteer Day.
Do you have an interest or hobby that you would like to pass on to young people within the East Lake Macquarie area, through a mentoring program?
Third year student Emma Stothard has received the prestigious Margaret Senior Award for 2013.
'Take Back the Economy ' and 'Welcome to My Country ' were launched at the University of Newcastle last week.
On 8 November, social work students presented group program packages to partner agencies, as part of their third year student project.
A collaborative research project that aims to give Central Coast businesses a better understanding of how to succeed, despite the region's unique challenges, has received a national education award.
A new DVD is set to help early childhood professionals develop effective strategies for working with children who may be at risk of challenging behaviours.
Taking part in the Australian University Games has given international students the opportunity to represent the University as well as make new friends.
A new initiative in the Speech Pathology discipline is creating excellent work integrated learning opportunities while enhancing the lives of residents of a local aged care facility.
A group of top international feminist scholars has come together at the University of Newcastle to rethink the categories of gender and labour in the new economy.
University of Newcastle Senior Lecturer in Music Dr Ian Cook researches the influence of broadcasting legend Hector Crawford on Australian culture.
UON student Elissa Jane Smolinski's sculpture 'Holubic ' is currently on display as part of the Sculpture in the Vineyards exhibition in the Hunter Valley.
Newcastle local Dan Wilkinson and international student Frans Hafeni are great companions thanks to the UON's cross cultural friendship program Community Connections.
Associate Professor Wayne Reynolds has collaborated with the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade on the latest volume in their Documents on Australian Policy series.
By collaborating with the University of Newcastle Central Coast in research and by sharing knowledge, accountant Matt Splinder is building a stronger future for his Tuggerah business.