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.
Graham West: ‘a good bloke’ working tirelessly to help the homeless
Graham West remembers a brief but poignant conversation decades ago at Sydney’s Central Rail Station when a homeless man stopped him for the time.
Meet the UOW graduate tackling loneliness through storytelling
Tessa Blencowe understands loneliness. The UOW business and journalism graduate-turned-counsellor has spent years learning what it means for people to be lonely, and how we can address it as a society.
Life-changing innovation for the disabled and their carers
When Danny Hui graduated from the University of Wollongong (UOW) in 1999, his engineering degree launched him on an exciting and varied career in the electricity industry.
Climate change: a defining moment
Climate change is the defining issue of our time, and as the United Nations has emphasised, we are at a defining moment.
10 tips to help manage post-grad anxiety
Completing University is both exciting and stress inducing. As one chapter closes and another begins, many students worry about the uncertainty of the future. This transition period can spike anxiety levels, leaving new graduates feeling overwhelmed with the change. Fortunately, there are ways that you can manage this post-grad anxiety and step into your bright future with confidence.
Mark Dombkins and his wife Anna had just adopted three children in Tanzania. As Mark walked out of the baby home and passed by other children who wouldn’t be coming home with him, he asked himself, what needs to change?