Outlook Magazine is the University of Wollongong’s flagship publication for alumni featuring stories about and by our incredible graduates from around the world.
Riding the career wave
Luke Madden went from surfing waves at Cronulla beach to becoming one of the youngest CEOs in Australia.
Lessons from motherhood
Laureine Gabriel taught herself English when she moved from Lebanon to Australia, though it was learning how to write academically in English that she found more challenging upon commencing her studies in nursing at UOW Sutherland.
Nursing a passion for a healthy community
Graduating from UOW over 25 years ago, Jill Deering has since put her knowledge and experience into improving the health of the Sutherland Shire community for the better.
Kicking goals in the digital space
COVID lockdowns weren’t overly productive for most people, but Reece Carter used the downtime to reshape his career.
Purpose and passion
At the heart of Honorary Professor Tanya Buchanan’s remarkable career impact lies a singular vision: to advance public health in Australia and around the world. As Chief Executive Officer of Cancer Council Australia, she is a leading voice in addressing our most pressing health challenges.
Following the threads
Creativity is a potent connector to identity, culture, community, and place. For Dr Virginia Keft, it is a conduit to unearthing the vast spectrum of ways we each experience how and where we belong.