Irrawang High School Outreach Day

Last friday Dr Hannah Power travelled to Irrawang High School to teach year 11 and 12 students about coastal processes, risks imposed on our beaches and the surrounding environment as well as current management strategies. Students saw first hand the […]

BBUGS Scholarships

Are you a full time student undertaking a project relevant to underground geotechnical engineering and want $5000 to assist with the cost? You are in luck, applications for BBUGS Scholarships are now open! For more information on how to apply […]

Recent Developments in the GeoHumanities

Last week we were treated to a guest lecture delivered by Dr Candice Boyd from the University of Melbourne. Candice provided an enlightening and insightful perspective on GeoHumanities. We learnt that about GeoHumanities, which is still a relatively new field […]

GEOG2080 Cities & Regions Newcastle CBD field trip

Friday 15 March, GEOG2080 students gathered at NewSpace and were tasked with observing the Newcastle CBD. Their goal was to observe the Hunter Street streetscape, and then reflect on how the design may influence who and how people behave and […]

GEOS3220 Field Trip 2019

Third year coastal field trip (GEOS3220 Coastal Processes) 16 – 22 February. Our accommodation was at Elizabeth Beach Caravan Park, and the class room was the beautiful beaches; Elizabeth, Blueys and Shelley beach in the Pacific Palms area. On the […]

Development Studies Student Highlight

Read this interview with Zoe Lewis, an inspiring Developmental Studies undergraduate student at the University of Newcastle. Zoe highlights her passion and commitment for working with Indigenous youth communities.

Welcome to Development Studies 2019

All our current students, especially our first year students, are invited to our Welcome to Development Studies Event on Tuesday March 12 at 5.30PM. Come along and meet each other, have a chat and enjoy some pizza. Please let us […]

We’re now on Facebook!

Come and check us out on Facebook, Earth Science University of Newcastle. Please come and like, follow.. stalk our page! We’ll post interesting Earth Science related article and links, and the exciting research that we are involved with. Remember to […]

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