Prize-winning photos explore a secret past

Both in his photography work and his forensic expertise, Associate Professor Glenn Porter of UNE Criminology is concerned with revealing the truth. So he was particularly shocked to find he had a secret past. “There had been secret stories in our family over the...

Black and white image of a crowd of Chinese children and adults spilling out of and fanning around a dilapidated building.

A passion for Latin

Graduating is not new to “perpetual student” Abigail Whyte, but her most recent achievements, celebrated at the UNE Autumn Graduation Ceremonies, are particularly special to her. Holding degrees and postgraduate qualifications in chemical engineering, dairy...

Abigail Whyte at her graduation ceremony

From the Executive Dean – April 2024 Report

Our recent week-long intensives brought the campus back to life with students seeming to be everywhere and, unusually for Armidale campus, queues in the café. As the VC said at the recent all-staff presentation we may need to open another café. HASSE staff are busy...

Guest HASS column – April 2024

Researchers in the School of HASS contribute their expertise to a diverse range of projects that demonstrate UNE’s commitment to engagement with community and external partners. Dr Fincina Hopgood, Senior Lecturer in Screen Studies in the Discipline of Media and...

Supporting high-ability students

Above: Dr Genevieve Thraves and Professor Sue Gregory.   Next week, a UNE expert in 'high ability learners', Dr Genevieve Thraves, will address the first conference held in NSW specifically for educators working with high-ability students. “Every student...

Portrait of Dr Genevieve Thraves and Professor Sue Gregory.
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