A new project at the University of Newcastle seeks to capture the stories young Australians tell about what ANZAC means to them.
Youth sociology researcher at the University of Newcastle (UON), Dr Julia Coffey, is currently recruiting young people aged 18 to 30 to examine health and self image in relation to study and employment.
This week on Engage we're catching up with Dr Julia Coffey, currently researching young people’s health and self image, and what influences this over the period of ‘transition’ from education into employment.
UON student Ren Allan is about to embark on this year's Aurora Indigenous Scholars International Study Tour, visiting seven of the world's most renowned universities.
Every semester, international students at the University of Newcastle take part in Sun, Sand & Surf Day, a special program designed to increase their knowledge of beach and water safety.
Come along to Newcastle’s biggest China Festival, as Beaumont Street transforms into a bustling Chinatown on 28 September.
Love to ride but don’t have a bike? Need help servicing your bike or tips on safe cycling? Community group Bike Love Corral, based at UON's Callaghan Campus, is all about promoting ethical, safe, happy transport and bicycling.
An 'accidental' interest in Classics during her Open Foundation studies, has taken UON PhD candidate Leanne Glass all the way to presenting at a symposium at Oxford.
UON's School of Humanities and Social Science present the first in a seminar series, History at University of Newcastle, with a very timely topic, 'Ukraine and Russia: Roots of the Current Crisis'.
Newcastle based researchers are collecting stories about women and their connection to Newcastle Harbour and Port.