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Campus News : March 2010
1300 367 869 www.uow.edu.au University of Wollongong Campus News April 2010 1 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 or email email@example.com PRINT POST APPROVED : PP255003/00173 UOW campus news The University of Wollongong is starring in its own television program, UOWtv, with the launch of a new communications network on screens around the campus. Journalism students are researching and presenting bulletins for the new television channel, which is part of the UOWnow website and digital communications and signage network that has been set up across the campus for the beginning of the Autumn Session. The television bulletins are being broadcast on the new screens outside the Library and McKinnon Building, near car park entrances and across the main campus, Innovation Campus and UOW residences. The screens around campus also display events, news updates and community messages and information such as available spaces in carparks. They are designed to make it easier for students and staff to find out about activities and events happening across the University. "Throughout the year, UOW provides an amazing diversity of intellectual, recreational and cultural activities -- on campus and off," Vice-Principal (Administration) Chris Grange said. "However, discovering this information has sometimes been a challenge in the past." New era in campus communications Here is the latest news from UOWtv ... TOP: First year students (from left) Patrick Ireland, Samantha Heffernan and Michael Baillie think the new screens will help raise awareness of campus events. LEFT: Journalism students (from left) Andrew Moon, Emma Dunn, Andrew Gardner and Natassia Apolloni have been filming news and events on campus for UOWtv. Issue 1 Volume 13 March 2010 continued on page 3. Inside this issue Reflections on 40 years Page 2 Celebrities at summer school Page 3 Meet the new Commerce Dean Page 5 Focus on research Page 6, 7 Young Citizen of the Year Page 11