In this special episode to mark Refugee Week, I will be talking to Dr David Baines, Senior Lecturer in Journalism and Theresa Easton, Lecturer in Fine Art at Newcastle University.
Learn about the importance of Refugee Week, Newcastle University as a University of Sanctuary and some of the activities you can get involved with during the week.
The Sanctuary Songs academic conference takes place from 19th – 20th June 2023 and the cultural festival will run from Wed 21st – Sat 24th June in various venues around the University. For further information visit Sanctuary Songs Conference and Arts Festival.
Learn about how Quentin and his team have been working on an exciting project to develop new diagnostic tests for non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, a condition which is too often undiagnosed in patients.
In this episode we talk to Hazel Barron-Cooper, Learning Officer at the Hatton Gallery.
Learn about the relationship between the Hatton Gallery and Newcastle University, exhibitions we can look forward to this year and how the Hatton Gallery is working with local community groups to promote learning through art.
Find out more about the upcoming exhibitions at the Hatton Gallery. School and college groups are welcome in the gallery for a selection of workshops or they can also come for self-led visits. For enquiries please email email@example.com.
In this episode, we talk to Owen Hopkins, Director of the Farrell Centre at Newcastle University.
Learn about the Farrell Centre – a new centre for architecture and cities in Newcastle, discover more about Sir Terry Farrell and his connections with Newcastle, the significance of the new centre for the region and what to expect when the centre opens to the public.
The Farrell Centre is located at Eldon Place, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 7RD and opens on 22 April 2023.
In this episode we talk to Andrea Henderson and Bob Allan from Newcastle University’s Engagement Team.
Learn about what engagement means, the upcoming engagement and place awards and how Newcastle University are working to build partnerships which benefit both the University and our external partners locally, nationally and globally.