Robogals Newcastle is a student-run volunteer organisation which aims to increase female participation in science, technology and engineering studies through school workshops.
Five outstanding University of Newcastle (UON) undergraduates have received prestigious scholarships under the Australian Government's New Colombo Plan (NCP) to study in the Philippines, Hong Kong, Singapore, and South Korea.
Newcastle will become Australia's newest 'United Nations City' and a training hub for the Asia-Pacific region following a UN decision to locate an International Training Centre at the University of Newcastle (UON).
The University of Newcastle's research capabilities and student offerings will be on display at Avalon2015 from February 24 to March 1.
UON's Chair of Construction Management, Professor Peter Davis, is giving the New Professors Talk on 24 September. He answers our questions this week.
Get to know Mick Cassey from the Science and Engineering Challenge. This nationwide outreach program is inspiring high school students to study science and engineering at a tertiary level.
Curious about NeW Space? Come along to an information session where Hunter residents can view the plans and speak with project managers.
Recently the School of Architecture and Built Environment hosted an architectural Design Day with studio activities for visiting year 8 students from Merewether High.
The 2014 Hunter Regional RoboCupJunior tournament was held recently at The Forum. Students from 20 schools across the Hunter were involved with the event with 65 teams and 230 participants.
Three of UON's best and brightest undergraduates have been awarded prestigious scholarships under the Australian Government's New Colombo Plan to study in the Asia Pacific region.