Outlook Magazine is the University of Wollongong’s flagship publication for alumni featuring stories about and by our incredible graduates from around the world.
Giving voice to Country
Peter Hewitt, a Yuin artist and teacher, is introducing people to Country through his art and work in education.
Crippling doubts that can sabotage career dreams
Call it a self-confidence crisis or an anxiety trait, Imposter Syndrome is a scourge that can insidiously scuttle the best of careers.
Circularity looks good on you
The evidence of climate change is irrefutable, and according to the United Nations Environment Programme, our societal addiction to low-priced fast fashion is playing a significant part.
Migration as art
For Stephen Copland, the chance discovery of his Cuban grandmother’s diary prompted a fundamental shift in his artistic practice, beginning a 30-year voyage that would give rise to a compelling new museum project in Italy.
How to fight the war on waste
Every item we buy and throw away has an environmental footprint and Australians toss out a lot.
The leap of faith across oceans that paid off
Hermoine Macura-Noble, 42, a UOW communications graduate, author and the first Australian female English-speaking anchor in the Middle East, spoke with Michele Tydd about her ground-breaking international career.