Circularity looks good on you
Meet the UOW alumni driving sustainable fashion forward
Crippling doubts that can sabotage career dreams
Imposter Syndrome under the spotlight
Giving voice to Country
Using art and education as a form of storytelling
Seeking safety, finding belonging
A refugee’s journey to Wollongong
Mark Dombkins and Andrew Wade are creating change that matters. Here’s how.
Outlook Magazine is the University of Wollongong’s flagship publication for alumni featuring stories about and by our incredible graduates from around the world.
Blasting into a promising mining career
UOW Engineering alumna Ellie Hawkins' mining engineering career has started with a bang.
Life in lockdown
UOW Bachelor of Engineering alumnus Paul Batten lives and works in Barcelona, Spain and started living the quarantine life from March 1, 2020.
Life in lockdown
Jiayuan Liu tells us that while the lockdown period was not easy - there were some silver linings. The UOW Master of Engineering alumna lives and works in Wuhan, China, and like many thousands in her community, was only able to leave her home after the nearly two-and-a-half month lockdown was officially lifted on April 8, 2020.
A numbers game
Mathematics is not only a lot more fun and creative than most of us realise; according to Professor Aidan Sims, it is fundamental to nearly every aspect of our modern lives.
Bring it back to Earth
Think of space and what comes to mind? Missions to Mars or the Moon, and searching for life on distant planets.
In pursuit of excellence
The UOW Alumni Awards shine a light on inspiring alumni working to make a sustained difference in the world. Meet the 2019 recipients, bringing their passion and expertise to advance research, innovation and education, reshape industries and save lives – now and into the future.