Photographs taken during the 2010s.
A celebration of taste sensations from around the globe as part of the University of Newcastle's Cultural Awakenings Festival, September 2014.
A new development is underway at the University of Newcastle's Callaghan campus that will almost double on-campus student accommodation.
Autonomy Day at Callaghan campus
Business and Law graduate Daniel Frost with his wife Kellie on his graduation day in April 2014. Daniel is a recipient of the Shaping Futures Scholarship.
Distinguished Newcastle business leader, Mr Paul Jeans, was inaugurated as the University's seventh Chancellor in 2014. He is pictured with former Governor of New South Wales, the Hon Dame Marie Bashir, AD CVO.
Donor Peter Tay with Vice-Chancellor Caroline McMillen at the Singapore Alumni Reception, 2014
Graduation ceremonies were held at Callaghan campus in October 2014.
Graduation ceremonies were held at the University of Newcastle Central Coast campus, Ourimbah, in July 2014.
International Student Farewell, Callaghan campus, 2013
Malaysia UON Alumni Reception in November 2014.
Medical Sciences West building opening, the University of Newcastle, Australia
NeW Space is a $95 million landmark education precinct under development by the University of Newcastle in the heart of Newcastle's CBD.
Open Foundation student, Nicole.
PhD Student Aaron Wong, Lead Researcher of the Robotics Unit at the University of Newcastle, Australia
The $90 million Hunter Medical Research Institute (HMRI) building opened in 2012.
The first cohort of Physiotherapy students in Tamworth for 2013
The inaugural Godfrey Tanner Great Debate took place in March 2014.
The University of Newcastle unveiled the $17 million medical services precinct at Callaghan campus in March 2014.
The University of Newcastle's Callaghan campus Open Day 2014
University of Newcastle Vice-Chancellor, Professor Caroline McMillen with alumni at the Singapore Alumni Reception in 2014.
University takes dental care to orphaned and isolated Timorese, 2011
World champion surfer Layne Beachley visited the University of Newcastle in 2009 to speak to students as part of the University's iLead (International Leadership, Experience and Development) program.