UOW welcomes new leadership team

A new Chancellor and Vice-Chancellor take the helm

The changing face of medicine

The effect of a global pandemic on public health

Communicating in a crisis

Putting life and balance on the line


Champion of change

UOW alumna Carol Kiernan has been instrumental in achieving equality for women in the Australian Honours by co-founding 'Honour a Woman'.

A passion for public service

Who would have thought that when Gareth Ward became the disabilities officer at the University of Wollongong, that – fast forward almost 20 years – he would be the first NSW Minister for Disability Services who actually had a disability?

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.

2016 at UOW

Strengthening our ties with the community. Investing in research that will have a global impact while helping society on a local level. Providing current and past students with an experience that is enriching, inspiring, and unforgettable.

Food security

In 2014-2015, a staggering 63.4 per cent of Australian adults were overweight or obese – well over half of our nation. But believe it or not, Australia – one of the world’s richest countries – has a food security problem.

Telling the forgotten stories

Stephen Dupont’s chosen direction in life has seen him narrowly dodge bullets in war-torn countries in a bid to cover the forgotten stories.