UOW astronomer retires after 30 years service
UOW staff and colleagues gathered at the Innovation Campus last week to celebrate the career and achievements of retiring Science Centre Director Glen Moore.
UOW praise for Westpac’s $100m scholarship program
The University of Wollongong, which recently signed a five-year Memorandum of Understanding with Westpac Banking Corporation, will be among Australian education institutions in line to benefit from Westpac’s $100 million scholarship program announcement.
Everyday foods found to have potent anti-inflammatory properties
Researchers discover strong anti-inflammatory properties in cinnamon, sweet potato and mushrooms.
Professor takes reins as new Student Ombudsman
Associate Professor Pauline Lysaght has been appointed as the University's Student Ombudsman, a new role established following a review of the Deputy Vice-Chancellor Education's portfolio in 2013.
How wetlands can help us adapt to rising seas
Wetlands could help protect communities from rising sea levels, writes Dr Kerrylee Rogers and Professor Neil Saintilan.
US students to study Australian biodiversity at UOW
A group of undergraduate students from New York State’s Colgate University is spending six months at UOW studying the biodiversity of the modern Australian fauna and flora, with an emphasis on both terrestrial and marine organisms.