Six Indigenous short films were presented as part of the 30th anniversary celebrations of the University's Wollotuka Institute last month.
Two UoN PhD students studying indigenous languages shared their field work experiences in Bougainville and Vanuatu at the recent TiNA Festival in Newcastle.
Jesse Brand was crowned Australian Poetry Slam Champion at the Sydney Opera House on 13 October.
The Victory Gardens initiative is developing edible gardens in unlikely places in the Newcastle CBD.
English lecturer, Dr Patricia Pender, has won the S. Ernest Sprott Fellowship to research the roles that women played in the literary culture of the 16th and 17th centuries.
UoN Creative Writing PhD student Ryan O 'Neill has been awarded a $40,000 New Work grant for emerging writers in the latest round of Australia Council grants.
Action plans to create a culturally safe and welcoming environment were presented at the inaugural Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Cultural Competency Showcase Day.
The Flagstaff Group was named the winner of the University of Newcastle Business Achievement Award at the NSW/ACT Regional Achievement and Community Awards.
Australia Awards scholar Clare Livingstone Browne will speak at the University's International Student Farewell Ceremony on 1 November.
Illustrator Liz Anelli's community arts project, a giant annotated map of the Port of Newcastle, is now on permanent display at the Newcastle Maritime Centre.
Now in its second year, the University of Newcastle's Aspirations Study gains insights into how children form career and education goals.
UoN graduate Kris Smith helps young cancer survivors use the medium of art to portray emotions that words cannot express.
Artist Kate Wilkins is drawing and interviewing people in the streets of Newcastle, inviting them to sit in her big green chair.
UoN Architecture graduate and Parker Fellow Matthew Kelly has been travelling through five countries to investigate the impacts of urbanisation on living standards and residential architecture.
Three finalists have been announced for the University of Newcastle Business Achievement Award through this year's NSW/ACT Regional Achievement and Community Awards.
Elderly Central Coast residents will have access to regular oral health care thanks to a $100,000 pilot program facilitated by Central Coast NSW Medicare Local and the University of Newcastle.
The Faculty of Business and Law hosted an insight evening for Year 11 and 12 students, their parents and teachers in September.
UoN graduates from electrical engineering, the Newcastle Business School and speech pathology returned to the Uni recently to share advice with students from their respective degrees.
We were thrilled with the great turn out of graduates at the first ever Indonesian alumni get-together in Jakarta on 24 August.
Mining executive and UoN graduate Glenn Kellow was recently appointed President and Chief Operating Officer of Peabody Energy, leading the company's global operations.