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.
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.
Taking place in Wollongong on 12 February, 2015 – this forum is presented by the University of Wollongong in conjunction with the University of Newcastle and Open Universities Australia.
This week on Engage we catch up with David Murray, whose research into the criminal and cultural history of convict Newcastle has resulted in a series of true crime vignettes, published online by UON’s Coal River Working Party research group.
Professor Geoff Whitty will be presenting the New Professors Talk on 29 October, titled 'Getting into uni: Who you know, what you know or knowing the ropes?' We catch up with him this week on Engage.