Universities in a post-COVID world
Universities have been transformed by the COVID-19 pandemic and their purpose has never been more important, according to UOW’s Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Education) Professor Theo Farrell.
Welcome to UOW Outlook Magazine 2020/2021
A year like no other, 2020 has brought with it major disruption and dislocation, but also stories of communities uniting and connecting against the odds. Our alumni community’s experiences are vast and differing, and yet you remain connected by a shared educational experience, your stories as alumni are intertwined with that of your University.
Creating a brighter future for Papua New Guineans
Life in the third world has never been easy. Access to health care, sanitation, education and general safety has been a constant battle for many. The Coronavirus pandemic has added a whole new layer of health management to an already underprivileged nation.
Permission to imagine
It’s not always that we take our Dad’s advice, but when Kendra Rogers was considering her options after high school in Canada, a pearl of wisdom from her Dad made a huge impact.
China Alumni Events
Thank you for attending our alumni events in China in October. It was great to see so many alumni enjoying each others company and making connections.
Addressing the mega challenges in a changing world
UOW has formed strong international and domestic institutional research collaborations to tackle serious issues impacting our global population, according to Professor Paul Wellings CBE, Vice-Chancellor.