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thumbnail Newcastle University Postgraduate Open Day Invitation

Rediscover your passion for learning at our upcoming postgraduate Open Day on Wednesday 4 February 2015, 12:45pm - 4:30pm.

thumbnail Make your ideas happen with The Enterprise Shed

Thinking of starting your own business? Newcastle University's latest free online course can help you turn your ideas into a reality.

thumbnail Holocaust Memorial Day – A personal reflection and perspective, by Cllr Joe Carlebach

On this Holocaust Memorial Day in the United Kingdom, Newcastle University Graduate and Court member Councillor Joe Carlebach (BA Politics & Social Administration 1983) has kindly allowed us to share his own poignant story to mark the occasion.

thumbnail IDC 2015: Looking Back, Moving Forward

Newcastle University Professor and £1 million TED-Prize winner in 2013, Sugata Mitra, is headlining at a two day conference looking at what is next for international development.

thumbnail The Language of Success

A group of modern languages students had the opportunity to get first-hand career advice at the second annual 'Meet the Alumni' evening hosted by the School of Modern Languages (SML).

thumbnail Praise for graduate's wartime tale of love and loss

AlumNews caught up with Diana Finley (MA in Creative Writing, 2011) who has been receiving positive reviews for her debut novel The Loneliness of Survival.

thumbnail Digging the right notes of North East heritage

Singer-songwriter Gareth Davies-Jones is set to hit the road and showcase his original songs inspired by Newcastle Mining Institute's collections.

thumbnail Village bakery has the recipe for low-carbon living

Newcastle University graduate Andy Haddon (BSc Psychology 1984, MSc Renewable Energy, Enterprise and Management 2013) is taking a novel approach to promoting the low-carbon agenda by setting up a bakery in his local library.

thumbnail A beacon of urban innovation

Initial plans for Newcastle University's £58 million Urban Sciences Building have been unveiled.

thumbnail Newcastle University ranked 16th in UK for global research power

Newcastle University research is helping to change the world. We have an enormous impact in areas as diverse as health, policy, culture and the environment.

thumbnail AlumNews meets our US Scholar

AlumNews caught up Natasha Braun, our US Scholar, to chat about her studies and how Newcastle compares to her home town of Lake City, Illinois.

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