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Newcastle alumni, students and staff descended on the BALTIC gallery in November to create a magazine in 48 hours about the Turner Prize – with support from the Alumni Association Student Initiative Fund.
Rachel Johnson, whose company provides inspirational talks to school and college pupils, has been named as one of the most promising young businesspeople in the country.
Newcastle University says 'bon voyage' to Professor Oliver Hinton—Pro-Vice-Chancellor of the Faculty of Science, Agriculture and Engineering—who retires at the end of December.
AlumNews chats to esteemed FT columnist and stand-up comic, Mrs Moneypenny, ahead of her exclusive show for alumni and friends in London on 2 February.
The North Leadership Centre at Newcastle University is offering graduates a package of discounts, funding and free events on leadership training. Read on for more details.
If you graduated from Newcastle University in the last three years (2009, 2010 or 2011) you’re eligible to apply for graduate-level jobs through the Graduate Apprentices scheme.
Student caller and career development intern, Lauren Girling, charts the successes of the Annual Fund’s autumn campaign of 2011.
Newcastle University Ski & Snowboard Club (NUSSC) launches a new association for past members, with its first event on 3 March 2012 in Newcastle.
Did you take a year abroad whilst studying? The University Council of Modern Languages (UCML) needs an account of your experiences to help demonstrate the value of a year overseas.
A new book immortalising 1970s Newcastle, with 16 pages of memories and photos from Newcastle alumni, is now available from Tyne Bridge Publishing.
Newcastle University's historic Student's Union officially opened its doors to alumni on Saturday 19 November, following a multi-million pound renovation that has transformed the Grade II listed building.