This page contains information for the Bega Valley local community and schools. Whether you're a student, educator, or community member, you'll find valuable information and resources specifically for your information.
Community & schools
RISE Bega Valley Circularity program April 2024
UOW's iAccelerate RISE program supports new and existing regional businesses with practical workshops, online learning and a network of experts to help participants grow and scale. If you are currently exploring how your business - or business idea - can be more sustainable by introducing circular economy principles, this program is for you.LEARN MORE Information session 8 February
February 2024 Aquaculture & Fisheries Innovation program
Fisheries Research and Development Corporation have invested in a three-year program to advance circularity throughout fisheries and aquaculture. UOW and iAccelerate have partnered with the Regional Circularity Cooperative to deliver a Circularity Accelerator, providing a structured program for ideas to be tested and lessons learned and shared.LEARN MORE
Working with the Bega Valley communityUOW MEDIA CENTRE - BEGA VALLEY ARTICLES
UOW Regional campuses community engagement
For more than 23 years, in addition to educating over 3,600 local UOW graduates, the University of Wollongong Regional campuses have actively engaged with our local communities to drive positive change and enhance the lives of community members. At UOW, we are dedicated to making a meaningful impact on the health, education, and well-being of our diverse communities. Explore our recent initiatives to see the difference we're making.UOW REGIONALS
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My Future Matters outreach program
UOW's Woolyungah Indigenous Centre delivers the My Future Matters program to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students in years 7 to 12. The program aims to shape students' awareness and aspirations of higher education and post-school options.Learn more about the program Indigenous Regional Summer Camp
Acknowledgement of Country
We acknowledge that Country for Aboriginal peoples is an interconnected set of ancient and sophisticated relationships. The University of Wollongong spreads across many interrelated Aboriginal Countries that are bound by this sacred landscape, and intimate relationship with that landscape since creation. From Sydney to the Southern Highlands, to the South Coast. From fresh water to bitter water to salt. From City to Urban to Rural. The University of Wollongong Acknowledges the Custodianship of the Aboriginal peoples of this place and space that has kept alive the relationships between all living things. The University Acknowledges the devastating impact of colonisation on our campuses' footprint and commit ourselves to truth-telling, healing and education.