A Degree in Quantum Engineering?

UNSW Sydney has introduced the world’s first undergraduate degree in quantum engineering. The Bachelor of Quantum Engineering (Honours) will train students in advanced electronics ...Nothing found

Government Meddling ‘a direct assault on education’

The government’s funding changes are meddling with the purpose of universities. By Newcastle University's John Fischetti 1 and Catharine Coleborne 2     Federal education ...Nothing found

Grog Ads Ensnare Kids

Exposing children to alcohol advertising leads to increased uptake and intake. With sport firmly back on Australians’ television screens as the AFL ...Nothing found

Upskill Online at UoN

Building the recovery workforce through short courses. The University of Newcastle offers short courses for displaced workers to upskill or reskill in ...Nothing found

Singleton’s Rural Mobile Preschool Returns

Free childcare will be available to rural families with the return of Singleton Mobile Preschool to Broke Community Hall and Mt Olive Public ...Nothing found

Cook’s 1770 voyage – 250 years on

The 250thanniversary of Cook’s landing in Kamay (Botany Bay) on April 29 will be marked by the Australian National Maritime Museum’s Encounters 2020 ...Nothing found

Screen Use Affects School Students

By Belinda Henwood Gonski Institute for Education research reveals Australian educators’ perspectives on children, digital technology, health and learning. The ...Nothing found

Laureate Professor Jenny Gore AERA Fellow

Laureate Professor Jenny Gore from the University of Newcastle has received international recognition, selected as a 2020 Fellow of the American ...Nothing found

TAFE Review Must Restore Funding and Courses

NSW Teachers Federation President Angelo Gavrielatos said the union would take the opportunity presented by the TAFE review to highlight the failed privatisation ...Nothing found

Lack of Local Training and Skills Will Doom Australia

Homegrown solutions to technology skills shortage. Compounding the current critical shortage of high-tech qualified workers, Australian-based businesses and workers educated and trained in ...Nothing found

Censorship of Science Rampant

Is there suppression of ecological and conservation science? “Science suppression” is keeping the media, public and even policymakers in the dark on topics ...Nothing found

Local School F1 Wizards

Mount View students world-beaters in F1 in Schools. A combined team of Year 11 Mount View High School and Year 10 Penrith Christian School ...Nothing found

Conflict Simulator in Nurse Training

Ground-breaking conflict simulator helps train budding nurses. A world-first virtual reality (VR) simulation is helping train nursing students at the University of Newcastle ...Nothing found

Aspect Hunter School now in Muswellbrook

Autism Spectrum Australia (Aspect) will open a new ‘satellite’ class in 2020 for the Upper Hunter region. A ‘satellite’ class is an autism-specific class ...Nothing found

Thornton’s Century of Public Education

Thornton celebrates a 100 years of public education. It’s 1919: the Treaty of Versailles is signed, officially ending Australia’s involvement in World War ...Nothing found

Throsby’s Life-long Learning Model Adopted By UoN (at last)

Passion-based learning lets students decide how they want to learn. In a world-first for higher education, the University of Newcastle will place ...Nothing found

Eternal War on Mozzies

$50,000 funding awarded to promising projects biting the problem of mosquitoes. From eucalyptus oil diffusers, to aromatic plants seeds dispensed through a gumball machine, ...Nothing found

Hunter Student at Festival of Choral Music

Talented locals join more than 3,000 NSW public school students on stage at the Sydney Opera House next week for the 2019 Festival of Choral ...Nothing found

Cessnock’s STEM Excellence

Council’s teaming up with STEM Industry School Partnerships Program. The Cessnock Local Government Area is the home of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) ...Nothing found

AI in Schools ~ Report

New report seeks to empower students and teachers to thrive in an Artificial Intelligence world. A new report by researchers from ...Nothing found

Green Thumbs Aren’t for Texting

Enviro grant plants seed of change at Coal Point school. Coal Point Public School received $3000 last year to transform overgrown sections of its ...Nothing found

The Wise Students of HunterWiSE

Local students’ passion for STEM shines brightly at Hunter awards. Female high school students with a passion for science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) ...Nothing found

UoN Central Coast 30 Years on

Central Coast celebrates 30 years of the ‘community campus’. Staff, students and alumni from the University of Newcastle’s Ourimbah campus celebrated the ...Nothing found

UoN News ~ Master of Data Science

New Master of Data Science degree to foster the jobs of the future. Bringing together industry representatives and experts, the University of Newcastle is ...Nothing found

Touch of Royalty at UoN Today

New dual degree targets growing job opportunities in medical technology field. Professor Dr Her Royal Highness Princess Chulabhorn Mahidol of Thailand, and eight delegates, ...Nothing found

UoN Alumni Awards Achievers in 2019

The University of Newcastle announced its 25 achievers for the 2019 Alumni Awards. One of the achievers will be named as the overall ...Nothing found

UoN Students meet Jack Ma

University of Newcastle scholars meet Alibaba’s Jack Ma on life-changing trip to China. Newcastle uni students met co-founder of Alibaba Group and ...Nothing found

Fern Bay PS Honours Rebecca Young

Fern Bay students honour a sporting great and one of their own. Fern Bay Public School will honour former student and Australian rugby league ...Nothing found

Upcoming UoN Public Talks

STEM champion set to inspire Hunter women  The X Factor: Why We Need More Women Engineers, will be presented by Professor Elanor Huntington ...Nothing found

UoN Vice-Chancellor’s Scientific Honour

University of Newcastle Vice-Chancellor, Professor Alex Zelinsky AO, has been elected as a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Science (FAA) in recognition ...Nothing found

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