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As this year’s meeting of Convocation approaches we would like to announce that sadly the Deputy Chair of Convocation, Dr Donald Gascoigne (MB BS 1951) has retired from the position after nine years in the role.
Newcastle University’s Faculty of Medical Sciences (Medical School) and Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust are looking for the support of graduates working in key areas to raise their profile on the national and international stage.
It gives me great pleasure to invite you to join us at our annual reunion, Convocation Weekend 2013. A packed programme with a variety of academic, cultural and social activities for you to choose from, join us for stimulating events, talks and debates.
Newcastle University Students’ Union is looking to appoint two external Trustees from Newcastle University alumni on to its Board in May 2013.
Newcastle University Athletics and Cross-Country Society, Past vs. Present joined together for their annual reunion race which took place Saturday 2nd March.
Tailored training courses from the North Leadership Centre at Newcastle University help Cintra HR & Payroll Services bag a hat trick of national accolades
It’s well known that the scariest social occasions to cater for are children’s parties, so it’s not surprising that the business set up by two Newcastle graduates is thriving.
Dr David Moffatt (BSc Agriculture 1966 , PhD Agriculture 1971 & member of the Alumni Consultative Group) gives his review of the International Development Conference 2013.
Newcastle University, UK, has celebrated the achievements of its Chinese graduates with the first ever graduation ceremony in the country.
Newcastle University graduate Chris Townsend (BA Geography 1977) was among the recipients of an OBE as part of the Queen’s New Year Honours.
Four Newcastle graduates faced the grand inquisitor, Jeremy Paxman, in December for a special festive series of University Challenge.