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PhD stories: Bella Ingram

Meet Bella Ingram, a PhD candidate in the School of Psychology.

The future of Port Kembla

An historical and geographical interdisciplinary project

Astrophysicist visits UOW for Public Lecture

...and wins 'Wollongong to the World' award

Articles

Luminaries driving change: Distinguished Professor Stuart Kaye

Distinguished Professor Stuart Kaye is one of Australia’s leading international lawyers. He is also the Director and Professor of Law within the Australian National Centre for Ocean Resources and Security (ANCORS) at the University of Wollongong.

Industry body funds three EIS projects

Three research projects within the Faculty of Engineering and Information Sciences have been awarded funding by the Australian Coal Industry's Research Program (ACARP) to find improvements and answers to questions that will benefit the entire industry.

The two of us: Elisabeth Duursma & Kristen Burriel

Kristen Burriel is a senior social work clinician and relationship therapist, working with people with mental illness. She is also completing her PhD. Her supervisor is Dr Elisabeth Duursma from the School of Education & Early Start Research. Her research interests focus on the role of fathers in the lives of young children and the impact father involvement has on child language and development.

A year in review

Welcome to a year in review: 2020

The two of us: Catherine McKinnon & Sarah Turnbull

The University of Wollongong (UOW) is home to many high achieving PhD students who are working towards solving real world problems. Behind every great PhD candidate is a great supervisor (or two). We hear from both to understand their perspective of the postgraduate journey.

A history of foreign investment

Economic and business historian Senior Professor Simon Ville from UOW's Faculty of Business and Law is investigating the history of multinational enterprises in Australia to fill a major gap in economic and business history literature for the twentieth-century.

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