Redefining a career in nursing
On International Nurses Day, meet the nurses who aren't working in hospitals
UOW graduates living large in New York’s finance bullseye
Career paths that led to the top
Chelsea Pottenger had a dream to change one life, now she is changing thousands
Why this UOW graduate quit his dream job
Dane Sharp left a job most people would dream of having. Here is what happened next.
Transforming how families raise financially fit Aussie kids
Dr Alex Badran is making digital financial literacy accessible.
Outlook Magazine is the University of Wollongong’s flagship publication for alumni featuring stories about and by our incredible graduates from around the world.
Advocating for our oceans
It’s not perhaps an obvious place from which to change the world. ANCORS is easy to miss if you don’t know what you’re looking for. The building on the Innovation Campus that houses it doesn’t even carry its name.
An energising international career
An interest in ethical investments has sparked a global career for UOW alumna Maree Myerscough (nee Costello) which has seen her work recognised on the world stage.
Lisa Havilah: a creative powerhouse
In 2003, a controversial art exhibition in Western Sydney examined the life and death of Blacktown woman Anita Cobby. The exhibition ‘Anita and Beyond‘- the brainchild of the then Casula Powerhouse director, Kon Gouriotis - involved 12 artists and reams of social history material including personal memorabilia linked to the aftermath of a crime committed in 1986.
The ones to follow
UOW alumni are ambitious, creative and connected and they’re gaining quite a following. Here are just a few we like to follow.
True crime wave
Exploring the ethics and boundaries at play in true crime podcasting. “A beautiful young girl has lost her life, and she’s just been treated like a piece of garbage.”
Lu has worked for major news outlets in Paris, Belfast, London and Sydney.