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Friday 24 June 2022

We asked the public about being lonely during lockdowns. For many, Zoom calls weren’t enough – and some still haven’t recovered

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Wednesday 22 June 2022

UOW to conduct study on the pandemic experience of essential workers

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Stories

Celebrating intentional and respectful Indigenous collaborations

UOW and Woolyungah Indigenous Centre lead a world-first Special Issue published by the International Journal of Work-Integrated Learning (IJWIL)

UOW experts available for comment (31 May - 4 June)

UOW academics provide expert comment, opinion and analysis on a range of ongoing and breaking news stories

UOW hosts cultural immersion event to recognise National Reconciliation Week

Events to focus on truth-telling, education and healing

Professor Kathleen Clapham wins First Nations Health, Wellbeing and Health Services Research Award

Professor of Indigenous health chosen for commitment to social justice, self-determination, empowerment, and improved health for First Nations people

Jindaola program recognised for teaching and learning excellence

UOW a finalist in AFR higher education awards

Unlocking Fortress Australia: connecting with the world again

UOW will host a virtual session with industry experts on the reopening of Australia


Our experts

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Phil Orchard

Expertise: Asylum seekers, refugees, war-affected civilians, humanitarian efforts, international aid, forced migrants

School of Humanities and Social Inquiry

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