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Campus News : March 2011
4 Campus News March 2011 University of Wollongong www.uow.edu.au UOW celebrates 60th anniversary Continued from Page 1. Faculties, as well as Graduate Schools of Medicine and Business (the Sydney Business School). It has a regional campus in the Shoalhaven and education centres in Southern Sydney (Loftus), Moss Vale, Batemans Bay and Bega. It also operates the University of Wollongong in Dubai, which has more than 3500 students. Professor Sutton invited staff, students and alumni to be part of the University's celebrations by visiting the 60th anniversary website: www.uow.edu.au/about/60 The website contains an archive of historic photos, which will be expanded over the year. The website invites people who are or have been involved with UOW to share stories and photos of their experiences at UOW. "We want to celebrate people's achievements but also would like them to tell their stories of lunches on the duck pond lawn, life-long friendships formed and other connections with the University and the region," UOW Community Engagement Manager Leanne Newsham said. "The hard work and commitment of staff, students, alumni, community partners and supporters has contributed to UOW's success. This project aims to celebrate these contributions to the UOW story." Plans for the 60th anniversary include a book about UOW, to be published at the end of the year. NH 1: UOW's 60th anniversary logo. 2: UOW's longest-serving Vice-Chancellor Professor Gerard Sutton (right), and his predecessor Professor Ken McKinnon who held the position from 1981-1995. 3: UOW's Foundation Vice-Chancellor Professor Michael Birt (centre) with staff in the late 1970s. 4: The Wollongong University College Library in 1963. 5: The Wollongong University College display at the South Coast Industries Fair in the early 1960s. 6: (From left) NSW Governor Sir Roden Cutler (left) and Lady Cutler with UOW's first Chancellor Justice Robert Hope (second from left) and Wollongong Institute of Education Director and later UOW Deputy Vice-Chancellor Peter Rousch in the early 1980s. 7: Graduation Day at the Wollongong University College in 1966. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.