UOW Outlook Magazine showcases our global alumni community and their proudest achievements. This inspiring publication is a testament to the rich and diverse pool of talent, expertise and voices who are all connected to the University of Wollongong.
2016 has been a year of transformation and growth for the University of Wollongong. So it is only natural for UOW Outlook Magazine to form of transformation of its own. This includes a new design, and - most importantly - a brand new website showcasing extended stories, interviews, videos, galleries and more.
A curious traveller
This acclaimed artist and educator Guy Warren shares stories from his studio about a distinguished career spanning more than 80 years.
Aboriginal women speak
Three influential women from different walks of life - a student, an alumna and an Elder - talk about life, passion and purpose.
Not so black and white
Nicholas Underhill takes a critical eye to the representation of gender, ethnicity and disability in Australian media.
Visit the UOW Outlook Magazine website for extended stories, interviews, videos, galleries and more.
ISSUE 3: 2015-16 | Read Online | Download PDF
Making a Difference in the UAE
A conversation with Her Excellency Shaima Al Zarooni
Our insatiable appetite for content
Four UOW alumni making significant contributions to their creative communities
What Has Australia More Worried Than Terrorism?
Domestic violence and its prevention
ISSUE 2: 2014-15 | Read Online | Download PDF
The man who revolutionised Google's recruitment and HR
Capitalism with a conscience
Five entrepreneurs breaking the chains of exploitation
If the shoe fits
The New York footwear designer with a celebrity following
Jihad 3.0: ISIS and the media
Propaganda, entertainment and death in the 21st Century
ISSUE 1: 2013-14 | Read Online | Download PDF
Global mining CEO's unwavering commitment to safety
A conversation with Mark Cutifani
We talk to four inspirational female leaders about their journey to the top
The question of privacy in our pursuit of visibility
Researchers and alumni weigh in
Humans without boundaries
A telling look at how humans exist when boundaries don't