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Scientists at Newcastle University are seeking volunteers for a new study into the differences in dietary needs between healthy and mobility-impaired older adults.
As part of a new documentary, the BBC would like to hear about your experience.
A touch of Hollywood glamour came to the University recently when Homeland star Damian Lewis dropped in to the Robinson Library to research his latest film role.
Susie Stephen is set to undertake a gruelling expedition to Easter Island to commemorate the 100th anniversary of a famous expedition. Retracing a historic voyage, Susie will raise funds for an imperative environmental cause.
Let AlumNews introduce you to one of The Big Market's newest participants, Iles Tours, for some new and fascinating perspectives of Newcastle.
Nominations are now open for membership of our Alumni Consultative Group. AlumNews caught up with departing Chair, Ian Forster, to find out about the ACG’s work and why you should consider standing.
Tickets are now on sale for the International Development Society’s annual conference. This year’s conference, 'Challenging Perceptions of Security', will take place on Saturday 15 February.
Many things about Newcastle University connect our alumni, whether it is their degree programmes, halls of residence or clubs and societies. We’re seeking your memories as part of an exciting new project.
The British Embassy is excited to announce a new programme to reach out to UK university alumni in the United States.
Our on-campus Open Day on Wednesday 5 February 2014 is a great way to find out more. Newcastle University alumni can also qualify for a 20% discount on tuition fees!
Almost thirty years after a severe motor cycle accident, David Burdus (BSc Zoology 1982) has reunited with his hospital companion and the pair have set their sights on a 2,500 mile free-wheeling road trip next summer in aid of charity.