This is a
list of including notable alumni and staff. University of Wollongong, Australia, people
Administration [ edit ]
Graduates of the University of Wollongong are considered to be some of the most employable in the world. In 2012, in a survey of over 5,000 employers, the
QS World University Rankings placed UOW at 99th in the world for graduate employability. As of 2014, the University has turned out more than a hundred thousand graduates, and also has members all over the world in 143 countries. Although a large number of alumni live in Wollongong and Sydney, and a significant number also live in [7 ] Melbourne, Brisbane, Canberra, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Hong Kong, London, New York and Washington, D.C.. [8 ] [9 ]
Estelle Asmodelle - transsexual model, writer and activist
Glenn Barkley - director, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney
Kate Bell - actor, Blue Water High [10 ]
Van Badham - writer
The Bracket Creeps - poetry boyband [11 ]
Mez Breeze - new media artist
Clare Bowen - actor, The Combination
Matt Brown - politician, academic and solicitor
Building 25 - young and emerging theatre group
Michael Byrne - Australian Poet
Jay Caselberg - author
The Common Cold Poetry Collective - Performance poets [12 ]
Ben Creagh - rugby league player for the St. George Illawarra Dragons NRL team
Mark Cutifani - CEO, AngloAmerican
Stef Dawson - actress, The Hunger Games (film series) [13 ]
Bryan Doyle MP - NSW State Member for Campbelltown
Drew Fairley - writer/performer
Lee Furlong - television presenter, Fox Sports news reader and wife of Australian cricketer Shane Watson
Dan Ginnane - Broadcaster on Triple M Radio and ESPN Television [14 ]
Lisa Havilah - curator
Stephen Jones - Member of the Australian Parliament
Michael Jones - culture and technology commentator
Mikelangelo - from Mikelangelo and the Black Sea Gentlemen [15 ] [16 ]
"Dr Karl" Kruszelnicki - scientist, author and commentator
Patrick Lenton - playwright
Tashi Lhamo - Honorary Member of the National Council of Bhutan
See also [ edit ]
References [ edit ]
^ "Curtin Business School: Keynote Speakers, 2007" . Retrieved . 2008-10-10
^ "Professor Noel Cressie". University of Wollongong.
^ "Dr Zenobia Jacobs". University of Wollongong.
^ "A/Prof Kwan-Wu Chin". University of Wollongong.
^ "University of Wollongong Rankings". Quacquarelli Symonds Limited.
^ "Global Connections at UOW". University of Wollongong.
^ "Alumni at UOW". University of Wollongong.
^ "Roller Coasters". The Sydney Morning Herald. 11 May 2005 . Retrieved . 12 September 2007
^ "The Illawarra Mercury, 19 February 2008, 'Poetry Creeps Take To Opera House'," . Retrieved . 2008-03-05
^ UOW News -Common Cold Poetry Collective holds debut reading
^ Doherty, Megan (28 August 2013). "From the 'bush capital' to 'The Capitol. '" The Sydney Morning Herald (Fairfax Media) . Retrieved . 21 January 2015
^ "Video interview with Dan Ginnane" . Retrieved . 2009-10-23
^ "Blog account of Mikel Simic at Wollongong University".
^ "The Sydney Morning Herald, 4 April 2007, 'Gadgets and Mikelangelo and the Black sea Gentlemen',". 2007-04-04 . Retrieved . 2008-03-05
^ Fletcher, Paul (2008-04-25). "Peacock dares to dream". BBC . Retrieved . 2008-04-25
^ - Omowunmi Sadik, Faculty Spotlight, research.binghamton.edu
^ Board of Directors, Seeing Machines Limited.
^ UOW Council, www.uow.edu.au
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