Researching your family history

Researching your family history

Ever wanted to research your family history but not sure how to go about it? UNE historian Associate Professor Nathan Wise shares some tips here for getting started for #HistoryWeek19. Why do you think so many people drawn to the challenge of researching their family...
Honours student under history’s spell

Honours student under history’s spell

“It’s funny to me how many people think I’m an actual witch,” says UNE history student Molly Northcott. “My dad is constantly asking for the lotto numbers!” For two years, Molly has pored over records of the Salem witch trials in Massachusetts in 1692 for her honours...
The UNE research centre fighting rural crime

The UNE research centre fighting rural crime

A/Prof Glenn Porter and Dr Kyle Mulrooney, Directors of UNE’s Centre for Rural Criminology. The University of New England will officially launch the world’s only dedicated research centre for rural criminology next month, in an effort to tackle the rising cost...
Lecture to highlight literacy link in closing the gap

Lecture to highlight literacy link in closing the gap

Adult literacy and closing the gap will be the focus of a UNE public lecture honouring the memory of UNE’s Neville Crew OAM, a lecturer passionate about adult education and community development. The inaugural Neville Crew Memorial Public Lecture will be delivered...
Lifting the lid on human enhancement drugs

Lifting the lid on human enhancement drugs

Humans have always been obsessed with looking better. Today, more than ever, it’s a growing business, with a huge range of human enhancement substances readily available. Should we be worried? Dr Kyle Mulrooney, UNE Criminology and researcher in human enhancement...