Analysing infectious diseases
Richard White is an infectious diseases statistician, working in the Norwegian Institute of Public Health. The UOW alumnus talks about his career path, and the choices that led him to put his skills and expertise to work on health statistics in the battleground against some of the world’s most frightening disease outbreaks.
Supercharging the power of inclusivity
Growing up in Mombasa on the east coast of Kenya, Lilian Kikuvi was never consciously aware of being a woman of colour. The colour of her skin was irrelevant and as far as she was concerned she was no different to anyone else.
Making an impact
UOW alumni across the globe are making it their personal mission to tackle some of the world’s most prevalent environmental and societal issues, one United Nations Sustainable Development Goal at a time.
Preparing for change
That the future is the product of the decisions we make today is a sentiment swirling around the corridors of Australia’s education sector.
We're all in this together
There’s no denying the enormous impact that COVID-19 has had on our university students. From adjusting to online learning and becoming experts in Zoom calls, to dealing with the financial struggle following job losses.
Adventures of the brain and mind
From ski slopes to start-up hubs, Blake has covered a lot of ground in her career to date. Within a week, she moves between mind-bending research projects and creative enterprises.