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"Med bros who mo together, stay together."

MOtivational stuff from our UOW Medical Students Society, who've raised thousands for Movember Foundation Australia.

Instagram photo by UOW AMSA • Nov 25, 2016 at 1:19am UTC

How UOW researchers improved comfort, wellbeing and energy efficiency for senior residents in the Illawarra.

Energy savers: Shining a light on the hidden cost of thriftiness

Today, we’re proud to reveal the results of an in-depth study into the economic and social contributions that UOW makes to the Illawarra region, which also highlights the $1.21 billion that our activities add to the national economy.

For the first time, the report also captures the value of social efforts made by our people, such as volunteering, which are less tangible and more difficult to...
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Researchers from UOW have undertaken an independent process evaluation of White Ribbon Australia’s Ambassador Program, exploring the role men can play in violence prevention and providing support for White Ribbon’s current overhaul of the Ambassador Program. Read more: [ Uow.to Link ]

White Ribbon is the world’s largest movement of men working together to end men’s violence against women, and...
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"I grew up in Housing Commission, so not only have I become aware of social injustice, I have lived experiences of it, too."

Meet the UOW Law student with a passion for creating a fairer society

A very cute interruption to this afternoon's lunch run.
How UOW is helping to reverse the Illawarra region's flagging economic fortunes.

Planting the seeds of real and lasting change in the Illawarra

Congratulations to all our students who completed exams this week! ✊

Instagram photo by Audi Li • Nov 15, 2016 at 7:47am UTC

"I believe the ocean is literally the source of all life. I think I always secretly wanted to be a mermaid."

UOW PhD student helps develop groundbreaking UN deep sea treaty

Developed by researchers from UOW’s School of Psychology, a series of books aimed at young minds explores the experiences of children with autism who attend mainstream preschools.

Helping preschoolers support their peers who are living with autism

When a student captures the most beautiful light on campus.

Instagram photo by MichaelTan • Nov 3, 2016 at 3:08pm UTC

How a young village girl from Thailand proved it doesn't matter where you come from, you can change the world.

UOW Associate Professor overcame hardship to become top academic

Graduating this week with a Masters in Public Health, Ine harnessed her passion to create real and lasting change during her years at UOW.

The UOW student who inspired the push towards a smoke-free campus

The Honorable Justice Michael Kirby had a message for the next generation of leaders in law during today’s Spring graduation celebration: "You’ve got to have a dream."

Congratulations to all our grads!
We're delighted to announce that UOW has been awarded nearly $10 million in Australian Research Council funding, with a number of grants going to female researchers who are leading projects in science, technology, engineering, maths and the humanities.

One such researcher is Dr Susanna Guatelli. She will be using her grant to investigate the use of nanoparticle technology in medicine and...
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#TBT: When you need reminding what life without smartphones looks like.
So what do Nobel Laureate Sir Derek Walcott and Major Lazer have in common?

Poetic justice: How the voices of poets past are as relevant as ever

"Not the day only, but all things have their morning." – French proverb
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull today announced UOW's $80 million Centre for Molecular and Life Sciences, which will turn Wollongong into a hub for revolutionary medical research.

The cutting-edge facility will transform the regional community and enable researchers to confront the world’s biggest health challenges, such as fighting diseases ranging from cancer to Alzheimer’s or developing...
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