Newsletter & Magazine Collection
Campus News is produced for community, industry, government and other educational institutions as well as staff, students and graduates of the University of Wollongong. It provides an overview of University news and achievements on a quarterly basis.
Submissions for publication can be made to the Media Unit.
Phone: (02) 4221 5942
The Research and Innovation Division newsletter provides information on cutting-edge research & partnerships, and staff achievements to the local, national and international audience. It covers research news from the UOW main campus, our newly opened Innovation Campus and the Dubai campus. Subscribers can select to receive it online (pdf) or as an e-newsletter.
Phone: 4298 1436
UOW Community News
The Office of Community & Partnerships develops, initiates and supports programs that connect the University of Wollongong with the community. The Community Newsletter is available bi-monthly and covers a range of UOW's involvement in external community relations and initiatives.
Phone: 02 4221 3110
SMART draws on the University of Wollongong’s proven research track record and the academic strength in the areas of engineering, commerce, informatics, law, and science to holistically assess infrastructure solutions.
Phone: 02 4221 5031
Other Magazines & Journals
This full-colour lifestyle magazine, created by UOW Journalism students, incorporates in-depth features, sections on arts and entertainment, stories about university life and also touches on fashion, food and wine. It includes contributions from not only UOW students, but also industry professionals. Copies of paper, rock magazine can be obtained from the UOW Library, Student Central and building 25 reception.
Tide, an independent literary journal, showcases the works of emerging poets, prose writers, playwrights and visual artists. It is produced annually by UOW Creative Writing students. Tide is proudly supported by Creative Arts, Graphic Design and Creative Writing lecturers, businesses in the Illawarra and Sutherland Shire, community members, artists and writers.