Welcome, Professor Simon Springer

Professor Simon Springer, along with his lovely family moved from Canada late last year to take up residence in Australia and at the University of Newcastle. Prof Springer’s research agenda explores the social and political exclusions that neoliberalism has engendered, […]

Overcoming Perfectionism Workshop – Semester 1 2019

How many of the above statements can you relate to? If it is a few, then Perfectionism might be relevant for you. For more information on what Perfectionism is, and how it can be problematic, check out my earlier blog post […]

Attend the Mined Land Rehabilitation Conference 2019

Engage The 2019 Conference will attract: those with a professional interest in Mined Land Rehabilitation regulatory officers involved in the mining sector, Policy development and implementation new researchers, recent PhD, Masters and Honours graduates individuals and organisations representing the mining community […]

Interested in what you can get out of studying at UON?

If you want to help change the world, first you need to understand it. Check out the majors below that are within the Bachelor of Science. Water, Climate and Soils If you’re passionate about finding new, sustainable ways to safeguard the […]

In a Land of Plenty, Big Water Problems

Michelle Ho, a University of Newcastle alumni, and now a Postdoctoral at Columbia University shares the implications and importance of her research in this video. Michelle’s research is focused on hydroclimatic variability and water resource risk analysis using paleoclimate information […]

Higher Research Degree Opportunities 

Funding: These PhD opportunity does not guarantee a scholarship. To also be considered for a scholarship please submit an application in the relevant scholarship round. Genetic and Environmental Drivers of Neurotoxic Cyanobacterial Blooms Australian freshwater systems are plagued by toxic cyanobacterial […]

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