In the coming months, 'We Are UOW' will explore the lifelong connections of UOW alumni with those they attended the University of Wollongong. Through video, podcasts and written articles we will hear their stories of career success, mentors, love and friendship.
Breaking the communication code
Whatever Matrix-era stereotypes you might hold about the cyber security industry, Louis Cremen and Susan Zhang embody their opposite. Sunny and full of respect, Louis and Susan’s dual mentorship and close friendship has been integral to each-other’s success, proving itself in unexpected ways.
Re-writing the narrative
Close friends Mick Bainbridge and Jaymee Beveridge met at UOW while pursuing two extraordinarily different career pathways. But their divergent journeys shared the same goal: to rewrite a common narrative and help others do the same.
Tune into Lizzie Jack's newest podcast series as she hears amazing stories of passion and triumph which all started following one pivotal life decision, choosing to study at UOW.Stream now
Behind the scenes
Come behind the scenes of the making of We Are UOW, as we give you an all access pass to exclusive content to find out more about how attending The University of Wollongong changed their lives forever.Watch now
I guess it all sort of just started at UOW.
In those formative years when your kind of like finding your people, that club was like,
what brought us all together. When you talk about what we learn at UOW and the things
that I cherish most from UOW is these friendships.
We went to the UniBar one night for celebrations
leading into O-week, and Grant admitted that he had a bit of a crush on me. If it wasn't
for the young friends that I made at uni, it really helped me through, I probably wouldn't
have got there. I feel very lucky to have met someone that can be that inspirational.