The Education Awards
We are delighted to announce who has been appointed as a School Rep for the 2020/21 Academic Year.
Earlier this week, the University approved a number of updates to academic student representation.
When Newcastle (and the world) shut down, NUSU stepped up.
Get involved and have Your Voice heard.
Gender equality is a fundamental human right!
Between 25 May and 7 June, we are running an everyday sexism campaign which aims to highlight and call out sexism in the ‘new normal’. It also aims to empower the leaders of tomorrow.
A 'thank you' from your Education and Postgraduate Officers
Find out which motions passed at the virtual Student Council meeting on 7 May.
Check out who won the 2020 awards and find out more about the online awards ceremony.
We can’t cancel democracy!
Let NUSU give you a little something back.
As with most things there are changes to how we can support you during this unusual time
You have been quick to help!
Where has the time gone?!
Defining our neutral stance.
Find out what happened during Rep Awareness Week 2020.
Proud 2 Be is our campaign developed your LGBT+ Officer (Tobias Lawrence) to raise awareness and representation of the LGBTQ+ community on campus. Find out more and join the events.
NUSU's Marginalised Genders Officer and Disability Officer have designed a short survey to gauge the frequency and impact of incidents of sexual misconduct on campus.
Our campaign which aims to give you an insight into student representation at Newcastle and how your Reps make your voice heard on your course, in your School, in your halls of residence or out in the community.
Newcastle University Vice-Chancellor, Professor Chris Day joined us for a chat!
NUSU are committed to supporting your mental health
A big shout out to all of you who donated, skipped and picked up litter!
Find out what happened on our Day of Action and read the NUSU Green Pledge here!
This month's Student Council includes a Vice-Chancellor Q&A and our Annual General Meeting.
Find out how I have found being the 2019/20 Postgraduate Taught School Rep for Arts & Cultures.
Are you a Newcastle University student from a refugee and asylum seeker background or have in some other way been affected by forced displacement? If so, the University has created a short survey to better understand your experience and wellbeing needs at Newcastle.
The purpose of the workshop is to gather insight from our Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic students on the barriers that they face whilst studying at Newcastle University and how these barriers can contribute to gaps in degree attainment.
Our update on what the Withdrawal Agreement Bill might mean for the Erasmus+ programme.
Our Student Parents, Guardians & Carers Officer wants to know more about the issues affecting students with caring responsibilities.
Find out what your Hall & Community Reps did in term 1
Emilie Coutin has been elected as 2019-20 Ethics and Environment Rep