HOPE, a beautifully-illustrated a children’s book, produced by the University of Newcastle’s AIM High program, is encouraging children across the Hunter to aspire to a career.
Written by AIM High team member Matt Lumb and illustrated by Kiara Mucci, HOPE borrows from the field of positive psychology to explore the ways in which individuals aspire by identifying and then navigating pathways through often difficult circumstances towards goals that have meaning and purpose.
Professor Clare Collins has a vision – seeing more families gathered around a dinner table digging into a home cooked meal with more vegetables. But first we have to ditch the idea that kids won’t eat the green stuff.
A University of Newcastle research project will use social marketing, traditional Indigenous games and a photography project as part of a multi-faceted approach to improve the health of young Aboriginal people living in rural areas.