Outlook Magazine is the University of Wollongong’s flagship publication for alumni featuring stories about and by our incredible graduates from around the world.
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.
Effecting change for the greater good
From her school days to the present day, Ruby Bisson’s focus has been on creating impact to hopefully change behaviours and attitudes for the greater good.
Lecturer by weekdays and a rapper, as fate would have it
Growing up in Surabaya, Indonesia and raised by a single mother, Yani Oktaviana loved listening to a variety of music genres from a young age, but it was hip hop that would eventually win her heart.
The creative arts can hold up a mirror to our society, drawing us to look deeper into who we are and what we believe. For actor, singer, dancer, and writer Sarah Furnari, it’s a potent avenue for shaping a better world.
When art meets science
The University of Wollongong graduates whose passion for science is helping change the world.