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.
Superwomen of STEM
In recent years, the cry to get more women into STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) careers – and support them to flourish – has amplified. The Australian Government’s Advancing Women in STEM strategy stands beside significant action in schools, universities and businesses, all aiming to increase gender equity.
Mothers of our inventions
Until recently, the research of women’s diseases has often been pushed to the sideline. As a result, many female-specific conditions have been misdiagnosed or ignored.
Meet our 2021 Alumni Award winners
The annual UOW Alumni awards recognise exceptional alumni who are making a mark in the world as leaders, innovators and game changers.
UOW welcomes new leadership team
In a year that has brought widespread change to our global environment, 2020 also saw major leadership announcements for the University of Wollongong, including the appointment of a new Chancellor and Vice-Chancellor, to help drive the University into the future.
The ones to follow
The talent, creativity and impact of UOW alumni and academics reach far and wide. These are just a few we like to follow. This is the world from their perspective.
Food for thought
When it comes to mental health and behaviour, the brain has long been thought of as the primary therapeutic target – with mixed results and often undesirable side effects. But a growing body of evidence suggests that our diet and gut microbiota could play a much bigger role than first thought.