News • 1 Mar 2023
Papers of Newcastle Aboriginal activist to see the light of day: Stan Masterson Collection
Newcastle is well-known for its energetic trade unionism dating back to the 1870s, more obscure is their support for Indigenous activists fighting injustice, but all this is about to change with the digitising of the papers of the late Stan Masterson through the University of Newcastle’s Special Collections Services.
News • 13 Feb 2023
Meet your new and improved Library Search!
We're excited to announce the recent launch of our brand-new Library Services Platform, featuring a much-improved Library Search experience.
News • 10 Feb 2023
Inaugural Central Coast HSC art exhibition gives young artists a platform to share their work
The University of Newcastle is proud to present the inaugural Coast Next Gen Art Exhibition on the Central Coast, which invites the community to come together in celebration and support of young emerging artists.
News • 6 Feb 2023
Changes to Ourimbah Campus Library hours
From the 13th of February, 2023 the operating hours at our Ourimbah Campus Library will be changing.
News • 16 Jan 2023
Your new Library Services Platform will launch soon!
On Monday, 6th February, the library is launching a brand-new Library Services Platform for our users.
News • 21 Nov 2022
Auchmuty Library – Reading Room 4 refurbishments
The University Library is proud to announce the recent refurbishment of Reading Room 4, delivering new collaborative learning spaces catering to our student’s diverse learning needs.
News • 10 Nov 2022
Exhibition on Now CRAFTED: Books of the Arts and Crafts Movement
Come to CRAFTED: Books of the Arts and Crafts Movement - the new Special Collections exhibition at Auchmuty Library. This exhibition features collection highlights from the exquisite letterpress printed books of the 1890’s Arts and Crafts Movement.
News • 20 Oct 2022
Library system upgrade and changes to inter-library loans
In the last few years there has been a significant reduction in the number of physical items available for University of Newcastle staff and students to borrow through BONUS+, with only two out of the original twelve member institutions still participating. As a result, the BONUS+ borrowing consortia will be dissolving at the end of 2022.
News • 20 Oct 2022
A new generation bringing history to life
What began as a passion for history is fuelling the careers of future historians through the Vera Deacon Regional History Fund. Emily Connell is our first Vera Deacon Intern. Emily’s work involves making our region’s cultural heritage accessible to students, researchers, academics and the community through the University of Newcastle’s Special Collections.
News • 14 Oct 2022
Library wellbeing activities during Stress Less
It's that time again—the University's Stress Less campaign kicks off next week! This campaign encompasses activities, entertainment, and strategies to help students cope with and manage stress in the lead-up to exams and assessments.
News • 9 Jun 2022
Industry breakfast inspiring regional innovation
The University of Newcastle is inviting business and industry representatives to explore powerful new pathways to innovation at their inaugural Industry PhD Breakfast event.
News • 4 Mar 2022
University invites community to join collective kindness campaign
The culture of kindness will take centre stage on 9 March when the University of Newcastle rallies the support of its communities for its inaugural Gifting Day.
The University of Newcastle acknowledges the traditional custodians of the lands within our footprint areas: Awabakal, Darkinjung, Biripai, Worimi, Wonnarua, and Eora Nations. We also pay respect to the wisdom of our Elders past and present.