News • 8 Jun 2021
Leading universities, TAFE NSW and industry giants will combine to train students in science and tech jobs of the future at Aerotropolis
The ‘Multiversity’ will today announce scholarships and launch course offerings that combine university and vocational education, and workplace training in an Australia-first model to support new jobs at the Western Sydney Aerotropolis.
News • 4 May 2021
The NUW Alliance has appointed Dr Andy Marks as Chief Executive Officer to lead the next stage of major strategic initiatives secured by outgoing CEO, Matt Gijselman.
News • 24 Nov 2020
The University of Newcastle, UNSW Sydney and the University of Wollongong – acting together as the ‘NUW Alliance’ – last night announced Western Sydney University would be joining the Alliance as a joint venture partner to together lead a new approach to collaborative education and research.
News • 21 Nov 2020
NUW Energy, an Australian-first collaboration of the best researchers from three leading universities, is working on finding the best solutions to Australia’s future energy needs and on ways to lower energy costs for households.
News • 26 Sep 2020
The future for NSW depends on the reforms we make today and the NSW Productivity Commission, following their earlier discussion paper, has released the Continuing the Productivity Conversation Green Paper.
News • 12 Aug 2020
Four of Australia’s leading universities and TAFE NSW today announced the formation of a joint taskforce to drive an education led economic recovery for Western Sydney.
News • 26 Sep 2019
An initiative has launched aimed at providing ways Australia can successfully integrate new energy technologies into the power grid.
News • 4 Jun 2019
The NUW Alliance has warmly welcomed new CEO Matt Gijselman, as it looks to embed the advancesmade under outgoing CEO Bran Black.
News • 14 Jul 2017
NSW Premier, The Hon Gladys Berejiklian MP launches the NUW Alliance, as universities seek consultation on ways to solve the greatest challenges facing the state.
News • 30 May 2017
Finding solutions to the challenges facing communities in New South Wales will be the focus of an alliance of three of Australia’s leading universities, announced today.
The University of Newcastle acknowledges the traditional custodians of the lands within our footprint areas: Awabakal, Darkinjung, Biripai, Worimi, Wonnarua, and Eora Nations. We also pay respect to the wisdom of our Elders past and present.