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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.
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.
Hats off to fans of legendary Newcastle band Lindisfarne who are swapping their festive headwear for the charity feel-good-factor this Christmas.
Convocation, the annual reunion weekend for graduates and friends of Newcastle University, is an ideal opportunity to get together with your old classmates or friends from halls and societies.
George Osborne, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, recently visited Newcastle University, following a pledge of £20m of government funding for a new ageing science and innovation centre at the University.
Our Big Market offers free promotion and advertising for any Newcastle graduate wishing to promote their own product or service. Following a high level of interest, the deadline for applications for 2015 has been extended until Monday 5 January.
Rise Up have launched a new programme for international graduates who want to develop their business idea.
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AlumNews discovers how Newcastle University played its own part in the Great War. A new exhibition at the Robinson Library tells the story of how the University served as a military hospital throughout the First World War.
Michael Lyons (BA Fine Art 1967) is an internationally acclaimed sculptor and lecturer who has exhibited around the world since the 1960s. We find out how his time at Newcastle University helped shape him as an artist.
Besides powering our cities, one Northumberland-based power station is fuelling sustainable prawn farming thanks to the business creativity of two Newcastle University graduates.