Industry collaborations to deliver practical solutions to real-world problems A research project to help people with a disability get into the workforce, another to help find potential diamond mining regions, and a third to develop lead-free crystals for use in ultrasound have been allocated fund...Read More »
Five resident startups to explore European opportunities. Establishing pathways for expansion into the European market will be the key focus of an upcoming trip by UOW business incubator iAccelerate and five of its resident companies.iAccelerate is the University of Wollongong’s busine...Read More »
Future leaders in arts, education and nursing celebrate end of their studiesStudents at the University of Wollongong’s Shoalhaven Campus celebrated the end of their studies yesterday (Wednesday 2 May) as part of the annual graduation ceremonies, held at Shoalhaven Entertainment Centre.Read More »
Study investigates whether having smart classmates makes students smarter.Putting underperforming students in the same class could further damage their academic progress, a study has found, raising questions about the impact of grouping children by ability.University of Wollongong (UOW) economist...Read More »
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Professional PhD all the go for business, The Australian, 20 June 2018
On the down Lowe: it's workers who will experience the real penalties , The Sydney Morning Herald, 14 June 2018
Karen Burdett appointed new chief executive of Cram Foundation, Illawarra Mercury, 7 June 2018
Turnitin hones new weapon in essay arms race, The Australian, 6 June 2018