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.
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Mike's TV reality
There’s not a suit or a tie in sight on the 20th floor of Mike Sneesby’s Kent Street headquarters in Sydney. There is clean, barely furnished spaces and sweeping views over Darling Harbour, Western Sydney and to the Blue Mountains beyond.
Beyond the laboratory
Dr Dixit uses his scientific background and profile to address health and environmental issues affecting developing countries, including his home country of Nepal.
Living the luxe life
Luxury brands have a way of making a sophisticated lifestyle look effortless. Jessica Sparks spoke to three UOW alumni working for luxury brands and discovered it’s not all jet planes, islands and tigers on a gold leash.
Queen Ita: Still ruling with style
First of all it would be helpful if we could get over the sensitivity in admitting, ‘I’m a feminist’.
Tangling with Tertangala
The Tertangala has been UOW’s student magazine – by students for students – since 1962. In the intervening decades it has been a forum for political, controversial, subversive and just plain funny commentary. We bring you five former editors, and the two current editors, of the Tert to talk about what the magazine meant to them and what the big issues have been over the years.