Shoalhaven-developed program boosts inclusion for kids with disabilities
An innovative, Shoalhaven-developed program that encourages inclusion in the early years of life will be discussed at a free public forum in Wollongong on Thursday 20 November.
iSee the future of online interaction
Interactive video collaboration software is making online interactions a more life-like experience.
Million-dollar program to inspire passion for maths and science
The development of a national $1.2million program to encourage greater high school student participation in maths and science is underway at UOW.
Geography students in first field intensive to India
Academics from the Indian Institute of Science and the Dakshin Foundation visited UOW last month to finalise details of a new Social Sciences subject launching this summer.
Proposed alliance between UOW and a community college in Hong Kong
The University of Wollongong (UOW) is currently engaged in negotiations with City University (City U) in Hong Kong, which could see UOW strengthening its position as a global higher education provider in North-East Asia.
Report for UN says ozone hole a major climate driver in Southern Hemisphere
Ozone changes in the Southern Hemisphere have had a significant impact on climate, natural ecosystems and food production over the past few decades, according to a new report for the United Nations.