DIRECTORY OF AFFILIATED CLUBS
There are already numerous postgraduate student clubs and societies that you can join at the University of Newcastle – below is a directory of those that have affiliated with NUPSA. If you’d like to join a club, contact the convener via email. And remember, if you have an idea for a club that’s not listed here, why not start your own! You’ll find all the instructions on our Starting a Club page.
Through various social activities organized by the club, accounting postgraduates are encouraged to live and study happily.
Based at Sydney campus.
Convener: Xiaowei Zhao
The principal function of our club is to create a platform for postgraduate students to network and discuss research, global perspectives and policy initiatives with a bearing on the African continent and the African Diaspora.
Convener: Mary Amponsah
The principal function of this club is to fill the need for communication and connection between the Creative Arts student cohort and the broader Arts and Education Faculty. The events of this club will be a space for propose journal readings, discuss and chance to get to know each other in a student-organised informal setting.
Convener: Amelia Besseny
This club provides a social group to visit a variety of cinemas and watch films with, which can then be discussed. This club is a great opportunity to watch movies and make new friends.
Convener: Hongye Shan
This club allows sharing of ideas and discussions related to nutrition education. Through regular meetings and an annual seminar, members can talk about regular developments in nutrition education, and build new social connections in the field.
Convener: Nienke de Vlieger
The principal function of our club is to provide a platform where scientists, both related to proteomics and outside this exciting field, can come together to critically discuss recently published papers. This club will help to drive forward proteomic work here at the University of Newcastle and keep our labs up-to-date with the latest techniques and advances in the proteomic world. It will also help bring labs together and encourage more collaborations across the faculties and schools.
Convener: Zacary Germon
The principal function of our club is to provide a platform to allow Research students of Public Health to connect socially on a regular basis. This group also aims to improve the voice of research students within the Faculty of Medicine and Public Health and improve knowledge sharing among the global public health research community studying in the University of Newcastle.
This is a group to create the opportunity for HDRs to hear from academics within HASS (Humanities and Social Sciences), and other schools and universities, about their current research. Regular meetings will invite conversation about academic interests and what synergies might exist between research groups.
Convener: Elicia Taylor
The principal function of our club is to provide a setting or platform to allow research students of nursing and midwifery to catch up and connect socially on a monthly basis over a lunchtime meal. Students are also encouraged to discuss their research and any issue they may have. This group aims to improve the voice of research students within the school of nursing and midwifery and improve collaboration with academic members of staff.
Convener: Nant Thin Thin Hmwe
This club is intended to organise social events for HDR students in the School of Education. A research degree can be an isolating experience, but we are hoping to change that by encouraging students to meet each other and support each other through friendly events.
Check out our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1039510599558456/about/
Convener: Kathleen Smithers
The purpose of this club is to provide social activities for HMRI PhD students to increase interaction and build stronger connections between them.
Convener: Kaylani Angerami Almeida
The UON Book Club is designed to broaden students’ reading habits and connect them with other interested students, through the joy of reading and discussing books together. Members meet regularly to discuss a particular novel, and to socialise more broadly.
Check out our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/UON-book-club-2195673944020295/
Convener: Amy Farrugia
The MAPS Postgrad Club is designed to support and build community for MAPS postgraduate students
Convener: Hamed Baghaz Ghaff