Media Centre

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

Increased NSW Government investment in early childhood education welcomed

The additional funding will assist prospective early childhood teachers to enter the sector

UOW experts available this week (14 - 18 June)

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

Edtech is treating students like products. Here’s how we can protect children’s digital rights

Governments and schools can both take steps to ensure children’s digital rights are enabled and protected.

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

What do kids like and dislike about school? This is why it matters – and we can do something about it

Does the intrinsic “good” and compulsory nature of school education mean we should ignore students who say they don’t like it? Or that we shouldn’t try to make it more palatable?


Our experts

The University of Wollongong boasts world-leading experts across a range of disciplines. Staff from the University’s Media and Public Relations Unit can assist with finding relevant experts, organising interviews and providing answers to specific questions.

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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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