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Covering a range of UOW global activities, achievements and University news.
Developing both the skills and the conceptual understandings necessary to flourish in professional careers.
Fosters meaningful research which contributes to business theory and practice.
Implementing innovative, rigorous & original business-related research of high quality and broad impact.
Civil, Mining and Environmental Engineering addresses the requirements from the industrial boom in mining and civil infrastructure.
Investigates both the foundations of engineering science and the application of the latest techniques and practices used throughout industry.
From robotics, automation, microelectronics to industrial power infrastructure, radio networks and national fibre-optic pipelines.
The School of Physics is a leader in the areas of medical radiation physics, condensed matter physics, terahertz science & technology, & applied superconductivity.
The School of Computing and Information Technology aims to drive solutions not only for today, but also for future information technology challenges.
School activities span pure mathematics, applied mathematics, financial mathematics and statistics.
TAEM encompasses both pure and applied research across the visual, performing and media arts, creative writing, English and journalism, as well as their interdisciplinary variants.
Cutting edge interdisciplinary research in law, social sciences and the humanities.
Thinking historically, philosophically and politically about the world, societies and cultures.
Biology, being the study of life and living systems, covers a range of scientific enquiry.
Chemistry touches almost every aspect of our existence, and will be an essential part of solutions to global issues in health, materials, and energy usage.
Addressing a range of important population health challenges including health equity, Indigenous health, rural and regional health, and mental health.
Nursing research focuses on clinical excellence, mental health, primary care, aged and dementia care as well as learning and teaching.
Environmental remediation, archaeology and archaeological science, ecology, geology and geochemistry, geological evolution, quaternary geochronology.
The School of Education is home to leading academics specialising in a broad range of areas within Education.
Concerned with society, including: Social and public policy; public and population health; work, health and safety; social sciences; social work and health promotion.
The School of Psychology is home to leading academics who focus on a broad range of areas within psychology.
Investigates issues of global significance, especially the human impact on the Earth, the management of valuable landscapes, and the planning of cities and regions.
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