Posts for July 2016

Earth ScienceStudents in the News

Project: Deformation and metamorphism in the WOMB Can you introduce yourself? My name is Bradley Williams and I completed a B.Sc. (Hons) at UoN in July 2015. I am 31 years old and live in the Hunter region of NSW, […]

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  1. Irene

    Hello Tectonics & Earth research team, I am writing to you to address the following. On last Wednesday 24 Jan 2018 I was camping at Long Flat Ellenborough reserve NSW, where I noticed that the Hastings /Ellenborough river adjacent to the campground was extremely warm. Given the recent earthquake activity... Read more...

  2. Alda

    I'm very happy to discover this page. I wanted to thank you for ones time due too this wonderful read!! I definitely appreciated every little bit of it and I havfe you book marked tto see new things on your blog.

  3. Isobel Fitzpatrick

    Wow! How long have these studies been going on and when will we see some concrete results? I have to admit that I needed to Google a few of the words that I didn't quite understand. The main point though is that this is very interesting.

Online CounsellingA Fresh Start

Is it just me or is 2016 going by a little to fast? I was reminded last week that Christmas is only 22 weeks away. Christmas? I’m still trying to get my act together and do my Tax return for […]

Geography, Environmental Studies, and Development StudiesFree Campus Lunch and Giveaways!

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Janet FultonANZCA2016 conference: student experience

In the first week of July, the University of Newcastle hosted the Australian and New Zealand Communication Association’s (ANZCA) annual international conference. It is a big event on the Association’s calendar and A/Prof Phillip McIntyre and I were thrilled to […]

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  1. Elizabeth Paton

    Wonderful volunteers! So helpful during the conference. Sometimes the connections between our teaching and research aren't always visible to the students so I imagine it was an interesting experience for them to see the research side of their lecturers' work.

    • Janet Fulton

      Yes! But I was very happy that they were able to see some of their academic rock gods but also to realise these people are very approachable and happy to chat about their research.

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Earth ScienceHEDG Talk – The Space Age: mineral, wealth and robots

HEDG Talk – The Space Age: mineral, wealth and robots Hunter Earth Science Discussion Group (HEDG) presents ‘The Space Age: mineral, wealth and robotics’. Guest speaker Kim Ellis discusses how space age developments affect all citizens in unexpected ways. When: […]

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  1. Irene

    Hello Tectonics & Earth research team, I am writing to you to address the following. On last Wednesday 24 Jan 2018 I was camping at Long Flat Ellenborough reserve NSW, where I noticed that the Hastings /Ellenborough river adjacent to the campground was extremely warm. Given the recent earthquake activity... Read more...

  2. Alda

    I'm very happy to discover this page. I wanted to thank you for ones time due too this wonderful read!! I definitely appreciated every little bit of it and I havfe you book marked tto see new things on your blog.

  3. Isobel Fitzpatrick

    Wow! How long have these studies been going on and when will we see some concrete results? I have to admit that I needed to Google a few of the words that I didn't quite understand. The main point though is that this is very interesting.

Online CounsellingPokémon Go: a journey through time and Mayfield

Last week I was struck by an increasing reference to Pokemon in my twitter, instagram and Facebook feeds. I had no idea of what all the fuss was about and instead of trying it out for myself I decided to […]

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  1. Sally

    I am in my 50s and I get it. I spent time with my oldest son when from the time he was started playing Pokémon Gold in the 90s. As my younger son said last night ... I was his Prof. Oak. My son was precocious so started playing at... Read more...

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Environmental Science and ManagementCongratulations to Thi Kim Anh Tran, PhD student in Ecology and Ecotoxicology Lab!

Congratulations to Thi Kim Anh Tran, PhD student in Ecology and Ecotoxicology Lab!   Thi Kim Anh Tran, a PhD student of Dr Richard Yu and Dr Geoff MacFarlane, was awarded the 2016 Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry Australasia […]

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Geography, Environmental Studies, and Development StudiesInternational Development Case Studies for Learning and Impact

This workshop may be of interest to our Development Studies graduates working in international development.  Attached is an Expression of Interest flyer for Development Studies scholars who want to learn about how to write up their field and research experience […]

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Earth ScienceScientists and Science Teachers Collaborate for STEMM

Scientists and Science Teachers Collaborate for STEMM Professor Nanthi Bolan and Associate Professor Silvia Frisia from The University of Newcastle were invited to present and be part of a forum panel for Year 11 & 12 teachers on Saturday 4th […]

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  1. Irene

    Hello Tectonics & Earth research team, I am writing to you to address the following. On last Wednesday 24 Jan 2018 I was camping at Long Flat Ellenborough reserve NSW, where I noticed that the Hastings /Ellenborough river adjacent to the campground was extremely warm. Given the recent earthquake activity... Read more...

  2. Alda

    I'm very happy to discover this page. I wanted to thank you for ones time due too this wonderful read!! I definitely appreciated every little bit of it and I havfe you book marked tto see new things on your blog.

  3. Isobel Fitzpatrick

    Wow! How long have these studies been going on and when will we see some concrete results? I have to admit that I needed to Google a few of the words that I didn't quite understand. The main point though is that this is very interesting.

Earth ScienceNSW Wild Weather

Dr Hannah Power Talks Coastal Erosion After NSW Wild Weather     With the wild weather across NSW earlier this month causing devastation across the state, Dr Hannah Power, Lecturer in the School of Environmental and Life Sciences was interviewed […]

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  1. Irene

    Hello Tectonics & Earth research team, I am writing to you to address the following. On last Wednesday 24 Jan 2018 I was camping at Long Flat Ellenborough reserve NSW, where I noticed that the Hastings /Ellenborough river adjacent to the campground was extremely warm. Given the recent earthquake activity... Read more...

  2. Alda

    I'm very happy to discover this page. I wanted to thank you for ones time due too this wonderful read!! I definitely appreciated every little bit of it and I havfe you book marked tto see new things on your blog.

  3. Isobel Fitzpatrick

    Wow! How long have these studies been going on and when will we see some concrete results? I have to admit that I needed to Google a few of the words that I didn't quite understand. The main point though is that this is very interesting.

Online CounsellingResults, Results, Results……

I really wanted to build on last week’s post about bouncing back and resilience this week, especially as the exam results release date is this Friday. It wasn’t too long ago that I was waiting for the exam results to […]

Environmental Science and ManagementAustralian research key to contamination clean-up

Australian research key to contamination clean-up Air Force bases around Australia have been coming under fire from communities amid fears of toxic groundwater contamination but Australian research may hold the key to remediating affected areas. Carcinogenic chemicals – perfluorooctanesulfonic acid […]

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