LHA News and Events
SCOPE - 2017 Graduate Exhibition
Graphic Design | Visual Arts | Media Arts
SCOPE evokes the breadth and complexity of students’ creative vision and explorations across Graphic Design, Visual Arts and Media Arts
25 November – 9 December
School of the Arts, English and Media
Building 25, University of Wollongong
Mon – Fri: 9am – 5pm
Sat: 12pm – 5pm
UOW has announced plans for a new Western Building offering state-of-the-art learning spaces
UOW has just announced the Campus Master Plan includes the construction of a new Western Building that will pave the way for excellence across social sciences, law, humanities and the arts.
The new four storey building of approximately 10,000sqm, will offer state-of-the-art spaces for a variety of disciplines. The space will include student performance theatres and music studios; student film and screen production space; media arts, digital design and music; academic and professional work space; specialist simulation and WHS laboratories and informal collaboration and other support spaces.
Retired teacher’s passion for human rights leads to PhD in law
After more than three decades educating others, Brian Walker has celebrated graduation at the age of 78.
Instead of relaxing and enjoying the spoils of retirement, the former Kiama resident and Lake Illawarra High School Human Society and its Environment (HSIE) Head Teacher followed his passion for human rights to complete a Bachelor of Laws, then a Master of Laws (Legal Practice) and now a PhD from UOW.
Professor Theo Farrell
Faculty of Law, Humanities and the Arts
Professor Theo Farrell joined the University of Wollongong (UOW) in October 2017 as Executive Dean of the Faculty of Law, Humanities and the Arts. Previously, he was Dean of Arts and Social Sciences at City, University of London, and before that Head of the Department of War Studies at King’s College London, where he was also the Professor of War in the Modern World for over a decade.
Emeritus Professorship awarded to expert in dissent
For his service and dedication to the University of Wollongong (UOW) and his outstanding contribution to scholarship, activism and advocacy, Professor Martin has been admitted to the UOW Honorary list as an Emeritus Professor.
Phoebe's Fall podcast wins gold award at New York Radio Festival
LHA Research Fellow Julie Posetti, Senior Lecturer Dr Siobhan McHugh and their team have won a Gold Medal at the New York Radio Festival, for their podcast series 'Phoebe's Fall'. The series was a collaboration between UOW and Fairfax Media.
Latest Stories and Events
13 Oct | 2017 Lucy Mentoring Program
10 Oct | Subject success for School of Law
17 Aug | Art on offer at annual Art Auction
24 May | School of Law Awards Night
13 Apr | In the eyes of the beholder
9-11 Mar | Take a SIP - Student Initiated Production
20 Feb | LHA Capstone Experiences Colloquy
LHA in the News
17 Oct | Two University of Wollongong students named Jack Goldring Memorial Scholarship recipients, Agron Latifi, Illawarra Mercury
3 Oct | Michael Kirby visits the University of Wollongong to talk about refugees, Desiree Savage, Illawarra Mercury
12 Aug | Former Bathurst High student Disapol Savetsila finds success as a playwright, Disapol Savestila, Western Advocate
20 June | Phoebe's Fall podcast wins gold award at New York Radio Festival, Julie Posetti and Dr Siobhan McHugh, SMH
7 June | As a peace loving warrior, might Wonder Woman unite feminists? Dr Sharon Crozier-De Rosa, The Conversation
26 May | UOW award winners mastering the media world, LHA Students Lucy Dean and Gemma Coleman, Illawarra Mercury
18 Apr | University of Wollongong autumn graduation 2017: photos, LHA Alumni, Illawarra Mercury
26 Mar | Catherine McKinnon's novel Storyland, Dr Catherine McKinnon, ABC Radio National BooksPlus
17 Mar | Catherine McKinnon's Storyland: a work transcending time, Dr Catherine McKinnon, Sydney Morning Herald
14 Mar | The deception of buys lives: Men recognise loneliness, Dr Roger Patulny, ABC Canberra Drive
February | Appease, submit or resist, Dr Luis Gómez Romero, The Stand
25 Jan | 'Delaying tragedy': the Bourke Street deaths and the push to change... Dr Julia Quilter, The Guardian
Legal Intersections Research Centre (LIRC)
LIRC is known for its leading edge interdisciplinary research in law, social sciences and the humanities. Each year LIRC hosts a range of seminars, symposia and other academic events which are presented by UOW Law and visiting academics. Everyone is warmly invited to attend. A full list of LIRC events are available on the LIRC website.
For a list of events held by Research centres, networks and initiative in LHA, refer to individual sites linked from the Faculty Research page.