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Anya Hurlbert, Professor of Visual Neuroscience, has been appointed to the additional role of Newcastle University's Dean of Advancement.
Professor Ian Postlethwaite, the University’s Director of Corporate Projects, will be taking up the role of Dean of Singapore in January 2016.
2015 has been another busy year for NU Advancement with events and reunions around the world, each one designed to give our graduates opportunities to network and rekindle old friendships.
Patients from the Great North Children’s Hospital have started in a film to help raise money for the Future Fund, a campaign to establish new state-of-the-art children’s cancer research laboratories at Newcastle University.
Newcastle University was delighted to welcome graduate Ann Cairns, President of International Markets for MasterCard Worldwide, back to campus to give a talk to graduates, students and staff.
Newcastle University Student Wellbeing Service has won the Outstanding Student Support category at the Times Higher Education (THE) Awards.
Graduating with Second Class (Division I) Honours, Low Gang Yuan became the 1000th graduate of Newcastle University International Singapore (NUIS).
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Identical twins Rebecca and Victoria Smith have now got even more in common after both graduated with distinctions from Newcastle University.
Rising football star Duncan Watmore has become the second top-flight footballer to receive a first-class honours degree after graduating from Newcastle University.
Two of the University’s postgraduate students have beaten off stiff competition to win roles as trainee broadcast journalists with BBC Breakfast.