Business News

Partnership delivers cyclone-proof housing system

Remote indigenous communities in Australia’s top end and developing countries will get a big boost from a new low-cost cyclone proof housing system developed with the assistance of the University of Wollongong (UOW) and the NSW Government.Wollongong-based social entrepreneur Ryan Mullaney of

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Staff achievements celebrated at 2018 Vice-Chancellor’s Awards

Academics and professional staff recognised for service to education, research and community.More than 100 academic and professional staff have been recognised for their outstanding contribution to the University of Wollongong in the 2018 Vice-Chancellor's Awards.The awards highlighted ...

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Companies keep slashing jobs, but new technologies won’t replace good management

Improving management practices will do more to improve companies’ bottom lines that job cuts.As technology improves, it’s tempting for company executives to

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Combining work with study a winning formula for Tom

UOW Management Cadet graduates with Bachelor of Commerce (Dean’s Scholar)Thomas Farrar’s interest in business was sparked in a high school Business Studies class, so when it came to choosing a degree at university, commerce was at the top of the list.But Tom wasn’t aware that he...

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Business on The Stand

After the steelworks

After the Steelworks

.. once retirement and redundancy hit, what happened to those men and women...

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Business Alumni News

Banking on change

Banking on change James Wyatt

It’s a turbulent time in the world of banking. According to James Wyatt, that just makes it all the more exciting.  

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Last reviewed: 7 September, 2018