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.
Global Insights free public lecture series invites innovative global thought leaders to Newcastle to discuss issues shaping our lives.
A unique collection of 100 contemporary Hunter voices was celebrated by 1233 ABC Newcastle in a live broadcast from the Birabahn building, home of the Wollotuka Institute at the University of Newcastle on Thursday 15 October.
Join Professor George J. Brooke from University of Manchester, UK as he presents the case for the Dead Sea Scrolls' capacity to change the understanding of the Bible
A book by Christopher Mooney explores in detail the extraordinary the life of Tom Farrell, who worked tirelessly for the benefit of the Hunter for over five decades.
Drugs, violence and laziness – if you believe everything you hear in the media, young people have a lot to answer for. But is this view warranted?
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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.
Tom Murphy, ex Mayor of former US steel city Pittsburgh, shares his extensive experience in urban revitalisation, including what drives investment and ensures long-lasting commitment to cities in transition.
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.