The University of Newcastle Vice-Chancellor Professor Caroline McMillen opened the University’s inaugural Health Fair today to promote healthy lifestyles that enhance learning under the Healthy University strategy.
More than thirty health professionals showcased a range of health and well-being initiatives to promote a healthy University community.
A Nobel Prize winner, the NSW Chief Scientist and a Hollywood designer and art director will be among the occasional speakers who will inspire students when the University of Newcastle stages its April graduation ceremonies at Callaghan.
Response to the Grattan Institute report Graduate Winners – Assessing the public and private benefits of higher education At the University of Newcastle, we are clear that broad access to a high quality university education is the key to a stronger Australian workforce, economy and society. In turn, these are all important contributors to establishing […]