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Narooma student Ben Potter returns from Kokoda Trail
Narooma News - 2016-10-14
Ben graduated from Narooma High School last year and is currently taking a gap year before attending the University of Wollongong next year where he will study for a science degree in geology. The Kokoda Youth Leadership Challenge offers young people aged ...

Climate science: Does the Great Barrier Reef affect rainfall in north Queensland?
ABC Online - 2016-10-14
They include QUT, University of Melbourne, CSIRO, Southern Cross University, UTS, BOM, University of Wollongong, NIWA, NIES Japan, Fudan University, Auckland University of Technology, the University of Tsukuba and NOAA. While the researchers on the ship ...

US FL: Aerial Footage Shows Extreme Erosion of Vilano Beach After Hurricane Matthew October 10
Herald Sun - 2016-10-11
Rebel is clearly used to the surroundings of the Pack Mentality CrossFit training compan Students in South Africa have held protests on the campus of Wits University in Johannesburg ... burnouts on a Mt Keira road near Wollongong was caught on camera ...

SOUTH AFRICA: Students in South Africa Protest Tuition Fees Package October 11
The Telegraph - 2016-10-11
A utility vehicle driver allegedly doing burnouts on a Mt Keira road near Wollongong was caught on camera when they crashed into another car on Friday, October 7. Thomas Hoang?s vehicle struck the other driver?s, which was mid-burnout in the middle of This ...

Manipal University signs MoU with University of Wollongong, Australia
Australian News - 2016-11-14
New Delhi [India], Nov 14 (ANI): Manipal University and University of Wollongong Australia signed a general Memorandum of Understanding for student and faculty exchange and working in various areas ranging from Engineering, humanities and sciences ...

Disadvantaged students to take part in UOW pilot program - 2016-11-15
A University of Wollongong pilot program to be run in three regional and remote high schools will help overcome the tyranny of distance for rural students The university was recently awarded a National Priority Pool grant to run the Rural In2Uni pilot ...

Bill Wheeler Symposium to take place at University of Wollongong - 2016-11-02
An upcoming event will outline a new treatment on the horizon for the 140,000 diabetics in Australia who rely on insulin for survival. Researchers are building a 3D printer that can print insulin producing cells which they claim could ultimately cure type ...

Truck smash blocks Mt Ousley Road on Monday
Wollondilly Advertiser - 2016-11-15
North-bound traffic is reportedly banked back to the University of Wollongong and is being directed to Memorial Drive. Southbound traffic is being filtered to Mount Pleasant Road and by the Sutherland Highway Patrol to Lawrence Hargrave Drive. Roads and ...

Test gives staff insight into quality of life in community care
Aged Care Insite - 2016-11-09
at the University of Wollongong, was awarded an Australian Research Council linkage grant to develop the Australian Community Care Outcomes Measure (ACCOM), which aims to ensure that clients get the assistance and service important to them. Macquarie lead ...

National Disability Awards: Underwater world honoured for its immersion therapy
ABC Online - 2016-11-07
The Dementia Friendly Kiama Project is a collaboration between the Kiama Council, the University of Wollongong, and Alzheimer's Australia. "What we're seeing here is one of Australia's first efforts at developing a truly dementia friendly community," said ...

Australia Just Ratified A Climate Agreement That Won't Work Without Trump
Gizmodo Australia - 2016-11-11
"This is an important step towards keeping global temperatures to below two degrees celsius," Dr Helen McGregor, anARC Future Fellow in the School of Earth Sciences and Environmental Sciences at the University of Wollongong says of Australia's move.

Engaging Men is Not the Game Changer for Gender Equality
Pro Bono Australia - 2016-11-14
University of Wollongong associate professor Dr Michael Flood, who spoke on the negative team alongside screenwriter and journalist Benjamin Law and freelance writer and broadcaster Clementine Ford, told Pro Bono Australia News the debate was a chance to ...

Queensland official investigated over workplace bullying claim - 2016-11-14
Figures from a new study by the University of Wollongong, and published by ABC news, found 40 percent of people experienced workplace bullying early in their career. Of this number between 5 and 7 percent had been bullied in the previous six months.

University of Wollongong reveals Wollongong campus masterplan - 2016-08-30
The University of Wollongong (UOW) has revealed its new 2016-2036 Wollongong campus masterplan, developed by lead consultant MGS Architects with landscape architecture firm Taylor Cullity Lethlean (TCL) and in conjunction with University of Wollongong staff.

Young science whizzes
Bombala Times - 2016-11-09
"I want to be a PD cross science teacher," she said. The Bombala resident hoped to go to the University of Wollongong after school to study for her dream career. A student from Eden Marine High School, Lachlan Considine of Year 12, also took out one of ...

Grease is definitely the word
Sunshine Coast Daily - 2016-11-12
Anna studied music and theatre at University of Wollongong before moving to London to fulfil her dream of becoming a professional performer. In between performance contracts, she worked as a freelance ballet and musical theatre teacher and while in London ...

Is engaging men the game changer for equality?
Women Agenda - 2016-11-11
The negative team comprised Associate Professor from the University of Wollongong Dr Michael Flood, TV screenwriter and columnist Benjamin Law and author and broadcaster Clementine Ford. ABC host Tony Jones served as the moderator and interrogated each ...

Grant King to replace Catherine Livingstone as BCA president
Australian Financial Review - 2016-11-07
Mr King holds a Bachelor of Civil Engineering from the University of New South Wales and a Master of Management from the University of Wollongong. 45 mins ago

BRW young rich list: Loaded, and with plenty more in common
Latrobe Valley Express - 2016-10-28
Greiner and Richardson, aged 38 and 37 respectively, both studied information and communication technology at the University of Wollongong before launching their business 12 years ago. The wealthiest property baron on the list is Paul Blackburne ...

University Fees & Costs - 2016-11-08
The SAF 2016 fee is: In addition to tuition fees, a single student living in Wollongong ... View the typical costs associated with University of Wollongong Accommodation. As a guide to the costs of private accommodation in Wollongong, we recommend you ...

Bus service needed for uni students
The Camden Narellan Advertiser - 2016-11-01
Locals have renewed calls for a bus service to be scheduled from Picton to Wollongong to accommodate university students and commuters. Picton resident Mick Hendricks put a call out on Facebook to see how much interest there was in a service.

South Coast History Day 2017 to shed light on local history - 2017-01-12
A joint initiative of the new South Coast History Society and the University of Wollongong Bega campus, it is being promoted as South Coast History Day 2017. "The South Coast has an unusually interesting history which has resulted in some absolutely ...

UOW open to advise - 2017-01-10
The University of Wollongong Bega campus has an "Open Door Policy" all of January to answer any questions students and parents may have about university. No matter where or what you are planning to study, you can call 6494 7035 or visit the campus at ...

Wheat, sheep or Elvis Presley? Rural Australia has had to change its tune
ABC Online - 2017-01-10
John Connell of the University of Sydney and Chris Gibson of the University of Wollongong are the authors of Outback Elvis: The story of a festival, its fans and a town called Parkes, which has just been published by New South.

Long-time Elvis fans launch book
Parkes Champion-Post - 2017-01-05
Professor John Connell (University of Sydney) and his colleague Chris Gibson (University of Wollongong) have been attending the Parkes Elvis Festival since 2002. Outback Elvis ponders the questions - why do thousands of people in wigs, jumpsuits and fake ...

Time to end alcohol in sport advertising
The Daily Advertiser - 2017-01-10
Some research was called for. A little under two years ago, a study by Cancer Council Victoria and the University of Wollongong found that viewers were exposed to more than 4600 incidents of alcohol promotion in just three one-day international cricket ...

2016 Local HSC Artworks exhibition and school holiday classes at Cessnock Regional Art Gallery | PHOTOS, VIDEO
The Advertiser - 2017-01-12
"There are some strong issues and opinions expressed," she said. Ms Kramarenko, 17, has been accepted into the University of Wollongong to study at combined Bachelor of Arts and Creative Arts. The 2016 Local HSC Artworks exhibition will be officially ...

University of Wollongong's Hong Kong college gets real estate gift worth $250m
Australian Financial Review - 2016-09-24
The University of Wollongong's Hong Kong college has been gifted three floors of prime office space worth up to $250 million by the Hong Kong government for a brand new campus which will house over 6000 students. The college will get 15,000 square metres ...

UOW Future Student Events - 2017-03-08
The University of Wollongong regularly holds and attends information sessions for prospective undergraduate and postgraduate students. These events are designed to give you the information you need about choosing courses and studying at UOW. Your ATAR may ...

Indigenous trauma course: University of Wollongong teams up with Harvard
The Age - 2015-01-12
A visiting trauma expert's alarm at drug and domestic abuse in indigenous areas has led to the creation of a training program to be offered at the University of Wollongong in conjunction with Harvard Medical School. The program recognises the role trauma ...

University of Wollongong joins MOOCs race
IT News For Australia Business - 2013-10-14
The University of Wollongong has chosen Australian massive open online course (MOOC) provider Open2Study for its deployment of free online courses to the public. The Open2Study platform, which was launched by Open Universities Australia in March, was built ...

University of Wollongong revokes degree, fails students over MyEssay racket - 2015-06-01
The University of Wollongong has become the latest Australian tertiary institution to dish out harsh punishments to students who were found to have used the MyMaster website to cheat on their work. One University of Wollongong student has been stripped of ...

Welcome to University of Wollongong - 2017-01-09
NSW Premier and Minister for Western Sydney the Hon. Mike Baird MP and Mr Craig Kelly MP, representing Federal Minister for Education and Training Senator the Hon. Simon Birmingham, joined Liverpool Mayor Cr Ned Mannoun and University of Wollongong (UOW ...

Wollongong Uni tech chief named Education CIO of the year
IT News For Australia Business - 2017-02-21
and the University of Queensland's David Abramson for his MeDiCI data storage fabric. Winners were announced at the iTnews Benchmark Awards held as part of Adapt Venture's CIO Edge Experience at the Grand Hyatt Melbourne.

How prepared are university students for the jobs of the future?
Illawara Mercury - 2017-02-27
Martin Smith, director of graduate career development and employability at the University of Wollongong, said universities were striving to create "real-world experiences for their students". "Students and their families and the community in general are ...

Kids help developers create app
ABC Online - 2017-02-25
Researchers at the University of Wollongong have been researching how screen time can help children develop their imaginations. But rather than get adults to develop the app, they help children create the app themselves. Australia's 333-run win over India ...

Trio receives scholarships
Crookwell Gazette - 2017-02-25
Kate Jansen of Crookwell will study at the University of Wollongong a Bachelor of Social Science (psychology). Clare Offley, also of Crookwell, will study at the University of Canberra a Bachelor of Nursing and Aaron Needham of Crookwell will study at the ...

Who sweats more: Men or women?
Knowridge Science Report - 2017-02-25
These findings by scientists from the University of Wollongong in Australia and Mie Prefectural College of Nursing in Japan call into question the conventional belief that women and men always respond differently to heat stress. The scientists looked at ...

Don't Sweat It: Gender Doesn't Dictate Perspiration Rate - 2017-02-25
"Gender has long been thought to influence sweating and skin blood flow during heat stress," said the study's lead author, Sean Notley, of the University of Wollongong in Australia. The body cools down in one of two main ways: sweating or increasing ...

Netanyahu shows failings of Hawke-Rudd call for Palestinian state
The Australian - 2017-02-24
There was a senior lecturer at the University of Wollongong and the past moderator of the Welsh Calvinistic Methodist Connection in Victoria. And Zyngier, of course. However, this was anything but a mass movement. At his luncheon address, Netanyahu ...

Growing together
Sunraysia Daily - 2017-02-19
The project is supported by the University of Melbourne and the University of Wollongong, Sunraysia Local Food Future and Sunraysia Mallee Ethnic Communities Council.

Dubai Supreme Council of Energy and DEWA announce venue for Solar Decathlon Middle East 2018 - 2017-02-14
the University of Wollongong in Australia, Gabriele D'Annunzio University of Chieti-Pescara and Sapienza University of Rome from Italy, Ion Mincu University of Architecture and Urbanism from Romania, Islamic Science University of Malaysia from Malaysia ...

University of Wollongong sets up a $10 million seed fund for start-ups
Australian Financial Review - 2017-02-02
The University of Wollongong has launched a $10 million seed fund for start-ups which join its new iAccelerate business incubator. Start-ups accepted by the incubator in its current round of applications will be eligible to apply for capital from the fund.

Men or women- who sweats more?
Well Being - 2017-02-26
Men have been winning this argument hands down, according to popular belief. However, findings by scientists from the University of Wollongong in Australia and Mie Prefectural College of Nursing in Japan call into question this conventional belief.

University of Wollongong - 2017-02-14
What are the most popular skills that students and alumni from the University of Wollongong possess? have crunched the numbers have found that graduates from the University of Wollongong are experts in the field of management, as well as ...

National meal guidelines set to benefit Mid North Coast
Port Macquarie News - 2017-02-20
Ms Poulton said the new guidelines were developed by the Australian Meals on Wheels Association in partnership with the Smart Food Centre, University of Wollongong. She said the guidelines are very specific to ensure all aspects of meals are tailored for ...

Getting More Girls On Board: Challenging Engineering Stereotypes
Gizmodo Australia - 2017-03-08
the University of Queensland, Monash University, the University of Melbourne, the Australian National University and the University of Adelaide together with Engineers Australia. Nervo, the Melbourne-born electronic dance music duo, pack dancefloors from ...

Following up on fish oil
ABC Online - 2017-03-13
One of those who wrote in was Professor Peter McLennan from the University of Wollongong, who took issue with two issues in the original story; one relating to the fatty acid content and quality of fish oil supplements, the other to poor quality of ...

Jack Scoble Educational Scholarships have been announced
Parkes Champion-Post - 2017-03-14
Merlin, Parkes High School student, is going to the University of Wollongong to study a double degree, Bachelor of Creative Arts and Bachelor of Communications & Media Studies. Receiving the scholarship will give Merlin financial stability, enabling her to ...

Ngaoara: aiming to break the cycle of Intergenerational trauma
SBS - 2017-03-14
They may not be in a space where they are able to focus on their kids. " With funding and additional support from psychology scholars from the University of Wollongong, a team of ATSI researchers from South Australia and Aboriginal paedeatricians helping ...

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