The innovative efforts of Dr Sally Hewat are having a positive global impact, changing the lives of people in need of support.
The innovative efforts of Dr Sally Hewat are having a positive global

Speech Pathology Collaboration first for China

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Kate Myles-Best
Jess Charlton
Lest we forget.
Lest we forget
Abdulrhman Aldalbhi
Have you had your pic taken at graduation this year? Head on over to the University of Newcastle Alumni, Australia page and tag your friends!
Have you had your pic taken at graduation this year Head on
Georgia Collison
Arnaf Sahariar Arif
Skye Starkey
We're proud to be a leader in Indigenous education, including the Higher Degree Research space.
Were proud to be a leader in Indigenous education including the Higher

Indigenous leaders in the HDR space

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The bond between siblings can be truly remarkable.

The fascinating journey to today's graduation ceremony shared by twins Hannah and Emily Jordan highlights just how special it can be.
The bond between siblings can be truly remarkable

Twin sisters double up on communication degrees

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Alana Burton
Megan Peel
Ellen Macdonald
There are so many inspirational stories from our graduates at this time of year, including that of Dr Erika Chapman-Burgess.
There are so many inspirational stories from our graduates at this time

Indigenous quintuplet delivers on doctor dream

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Michelle Elphick
Joan Shanahan
John May
“We hope that their time at UON has instilled them with a life-long passion for learning and discovery, and gives them confidence to be great entrepreneurs, innovators and socially-oriented leaders in their chosen careers" - UON Vice-Chancellor, Professor Caroline McMillen.

Congratulations to everyone graduating from UON over the coming week!
We hope that their time at UON has instilled them with a

Students to celebrate degree achievement

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Judy Tsui
Rachel Buckley
What if we told you it would take 8,200 steps to walk off the kilojoules found in this hot cross bun?

Your inspiration to get active this weekend comes courtesy of Professor Clare Collins.
What if we told you it would take 8200 steps to walk

Health Check: the good and bad of Easter eggs, chocolate and hot cross buns

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Shane Day
Alicat Henry
Andrew Digney
We’re proud to be one of the highest ranked universities in Australia in the 2017 Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching Student Experience Survey.

The results showed that we were ranked 9th for overall quality of educational experience, and we were also ranked in the top quartile for teaching quality. Our learning resources, student support and skills development were highlighted as...
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Were proud to be one of the highest ranked universities in Australia
What does the future hold for space travel?

To mark the International Day of Human Space Flight, Professor Jim Jackson reflects on the importance of exploring beyond our planet:

"No one can deny that landing man on the moon was one of humanity’s greatest achievements. Apart from our spirit of exploration, human space flight has led to enormous technological benefits in such diverse areas...
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What does the future hold for space travel
Think you're an expert level tea maker? It turns out the best way to brew a cuppa for maximum taste and health benefits is in the microwave, according to research from UON's Dr Quan Vuong.

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Think youre an expert level tea maker It turns out the best
Megan Stanwell
Vicki Campbell
Liv Hayes
The range of benefits from healthy eating may surprise you! Ahead of our free online course, The Science of Weight Loss, Professor Clare Collins reveals why it's so important to understand more about the food we eat.

You can check out the free online course here: [ Bit.ly Link ]
The range of benefits from healthy eating may surprise you Ahead of

From Body to Brain – 5 Ways Food Improves Your Overall Health

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A futuristic energy system delivering power, year round climate control, oxygen and fuel for the hydrogen vehicles of tomorrow has today been unveiled at UON.

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Jerry Diamoy
Are you ready for this jelly?

New research from UON has revealed the best first aid treatment for the painful and sometimes deadly box jellyfish sting.
Are you ready for this jelly New research from UON has revealed

Box jellyfish stings warrant an icy reception

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David Seddon
John Morrison
The new Global Impact Cluster will connect our students and researchers with industry partners to solve regional, national and global problems.
The new Global Impact Cluster will connect our students and researchers with

Launch of Global Impact Cluster for Energy, Resources, Food and Water

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Lameed Shakirulahi
Sara Hills
"Many fathers believe their main role is to provide for their family, which can place extraordinary pressure on their shoulders. Often, their own mental health is the last thing dads think about." - Associate Professor Richard Fletcher
Many fathers believe their main role is to provide for their family

World-first SMS program combats mental health risks among new dads

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Michael Roland
For those at our Sydney, Ourimbah or Callaghan campuses please stay safe this afternoon in light of the Bureau Of Meteorology (BOM) having issued a Severe Weather Warning for damaging winds and heavy rains in these areas.

Please use caution when moving around outside and avoid being near trees during periods of strong winds.

The State Emergency Service also advises that people should:
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Australia's official weather forecasts & weather radar - Bureau of Meteorology

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Rowie Violet
Ben Connor
Do you know a UON graduate doing extraordinary things? Nominate them for the 2017 Alumni Awards today. [ Bit.ly Link ]
Do you know a UON graduate doing extraordinary things Nominate them for
Sara Hills
Awesome saws! Science may have uncovered nature’s ultimate predator.

Growing up to 7m long and with a saw for a face, the sawfish is already deadly enough to its prey – but UON engineers have discovered a swipe of their deadly ‘saw’ is virtually undetectable in water, proving it the ultimate stealth hunter.

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Jeremy Unicomb
Are you switching off for Earth Hour tomorrow night?

For inspiration, check out Dr Bonnie McBain's The Conversation article from December 2016 about the importance of reducing carbon emissions.
Are you switching off for Earth Hour tomorrow night

Reliable renewable electricity is possible if we make smart decisions now

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