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Jean-Christophe Penet (SML Employability Officer) and Jos Harrison (Careers Service Liaison Officer for SML) report back on SML's Employability Week Alumni Evening.
An event at Alnwick Castle on Wednesday 27 November celebrated the achievements of Newcastle University’s Centre for Rural Economy (CRE) and marked the launch of a new fundraising campaign.
Award winning children’s novelist David Almond (Hon DLitt 2011) and acclaimed singer songwriter Jack Arthurs (BA English Language & Literature 1992) will collaborate at a special event to launch this year’s Books on Tyne Festival.
Newcastle University’s Alumni Association would like to congratulate Dr Jan Mokrzycki (BDS 1959) upon receiving one of Poland’s highest honours, the Officer’s Cross of the Order of Polonia Restituta.
Dean (Singapore) and CEO NUIS, Professor Ehsan Mesbahi reports on a week of activity from Newcastle University International Singapore (NUIS).
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Newcastle Graduate Katharine Paterson (MPhil Town & Country Planning 1990) has won second place at a national entrepreneurial awards for her innovative cot invention, Kare Kot.
Did you know that if you took a trip down to the Robinson Library basement, there are treasures to be found? David-John Mather goes on an exploration in the Robinson Library and on a voyage of discovery.
Newcastle graduate Ed Barratt (BSc Human Genetics 2004) has been named a BAFTA Breakthrough Brit, after being selected by a jury of industry experts.
Newcastle University’s International Development Society has announced that their 2014 annual conference will take place Saturday 15 - Sunday 16 February. The Society is now in the process of encouraging speakers to register their interest for the event.
The University announces with deep regret the death of Emeritus Professor Duncan Murchison on 13 November 2013.