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.
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.
Finding the 'why'
When Executive Dean of the Faculty of Science, Medicine and Health, Professor Alison Jones, was also appointed as UOW’s Pro Vice-Chancellor (Health Strategy) in April, the appointment turned heads in Australian university circles.
Giants in their regions
Universities are significant institutions central to the nation’s social and economic development. They achieve this in two major ways. First, by training highly skilled individuals. Second, by creating new knowledge and novel technologies. Both these outputs shape national competitiveness and contribute to our distinctive identity.
The art of influence
Though it is easy to see branding as being about logos, typefaces and taglines, in reality these elements are part of a much bigger picture.
Breaking through boundaries
New drugs to combat cancer, a ‘game-changing’ renewable battery made from salt, and a remarkable discovery that changed our understanding of early human dispersal and evolution.
Not so black and white
Checking the (physical) mailbox is not something I think too much about. If there’s anything in there, it’s usually a reminder to pay an outrageously expensive fine from the time I didn’t ‘tap on’ the train, or another Time magazine renewal offer (with a free tote bag), or sometimes a note from that one travelling friend that thinks postcards quaint.