Outlook Magazine is the University of Wollongong’s flagship publication for alumni featuring stories about and by our incredible graduates from around the world.
The barefoot teacher
Young and boisterous children sit in silent awe when James MacDiarmid’s classes start rolling.
Blazing a trail
Women are still the exception in the upper echelons of management and power despite decades spent trying to smash the glass ceiling. Keeli Cambourne reflects on her experiences and spoke to those leading the way on workplace gender equality.
If the shoe fits
Matt Bernson studied for a year at UOW in 2000 while on exchange. He spoke with Keeli Cambourne about his muse, Toyota LandCruisers and Courteney Cox.
UOW alumnus Sunil Chandra leads the team that not only hires and assesses the best candidates to work at the ultimate tech-heads’ dream job, but supports them once they’re on board.
The voice of the audience
Sumi Barry, Senior Vice-President of Consumer and Market Intelligence at NBC Entertainment talks to Keeli Cambourne about her not-so-fairy tale climb to the top.
Getting the London Vibe
With a Bachelor of Education from the University of Wollongong in his hand, Paul Harris headed to London in 2000 seeking experience and excitement, but things weren’t as easy as he expected.