Every child deserves an equal chance to thrive; but in a resource-limited world, how do we determine the intervention strategies that will deliver universal and lasting benefit? Biostatistician Distinguished Professor Louise Ryan believes data science can play a critical role in the complex search for answers.
When Charmian Simmons began her journey to the top in the highly competitive international finance sector, the glass ceiling never stood a chance.
At just 25 years of age, Morgan Way has already cracked a notoriously difficult industry as one half of Way Ward Films.
Professor Carolyn McGregor’s research could not only save newborns, but help astronauts stay alive on Mars.
As a high school student, Kumi Taguchi developed a love for documentaries and stories from around the world: a passion that’s evident in her work as a senior anchor on ABC News 24.
For many, achieving success in the world of academia can take years; even a lifetime. Not so for University of Wollongong alumnus Dr James Goudkamp.
Robert Onus is on the front lines of the fight against the largest Ebola epidemic in world history, delivering much-needed support for care and containment in Liberia, the worst-hit of the West African nations being ravaged by the disease.
Communicating the vision of multinational corporations is a specialty for Luke Fredberg.
For students with an aptitude for maths, creative thinking and problem solving, a degree in engineering or IT can open a world of opportunities.