Robogals Newcastle is a student-run volunteer organisation which aims to increase female participation in science, technology and engineering studies through school workshops.
Known colloquially as the ‘Choir of Hard Knockers’, the Breast Cancer Choir is a community music initiative between the Conservatorium and the Hunter Breast Cancer Foundation.
The University of Newcastle is a proud partner of the Newcastle Writers Festival, and once again many of our graduates, staff and students are participating in this year's event.
Participate in a 15 minute online survey and you will be eligible for an opportunity to win a $100 iTunes gift voucher.
Professor of British History at Queens University Belfast, Keith Jeffery, applies local, global and imperial perspectives to his examination of this critical phase of the First World War.
The University of Newcastle's research capabilities and student offerings will be on display at Avalon2015 from February 24 to March 1.
Inspiring, informing and celebrating the women of the Central Coast, is the aim of an inaugural event to be held at the University of Newcastle’s Central Coast Campus in March.
This week marks the start of the 2015 school year, with more than 1.1 million students across NSW returning to the classroom. For parents, it’s no longer a matter of buying shoes, uniforms,...
In 2015, the University of Newcastle is celebrating our 50th anniversary with a year long festival of events at UON campuses and around the globe.
Girls’ Choices Summer School was the first and will be the last university experience for Bachelor of Science student, Sarah Pilgrim.
A new and free online course will be launched next February to help commencing students of all ages develop crucial academic skills like reading, writing and accessing information.
UON music lecturer, researcher and PhD supervisor, Dr Catherine Grant is an ethnomusicologist. She is also an activist and advocate for communities whose cultural traditions are at risk.
The Newcastle Business School was proud to announce that the winners of this year's Year 11 Business Plan Challenge were Merewether High's Luke Ellis, Harry Johnson Holmes, and Samuel Pearson.
Innovative education program Healthy Dads, Healthy Kids (HDHK) has been recognised with a 2014 national award for Best Community Engagement Collaboration.
Simulation training and education will be the focus of a cooperative relationship between the Australian Defence College (ADC) and the University of Newcastle with students set to benefit from...
Hosted by UON's School of Education, the High School Debate Cup at our Central Coast campus celebrates 10 years of ideas, rebuttals and contesting the hot topics of the day.
Past and present Nursing and Midwifery students from UON’s Port Macquarie campus are invited to attend a celebration marking ten years of the Bachelor of Nursing program.
This year’s University of Newcastle WIL Student and Staff of the Year Awards highlighted some exceptional Work-Integrated Learning activities.
Dr Jenny May was recently named Telstra RDAA Rural Doctor of the Year in recognition of her contribution to rural health on a local, regional and national scale.
UON graduate and co-founder of the Take 3 awareness campaign, Tim Silverwood, was part of a group of activists presenting on designing a future without waste at the recent South by Southwest Eco...