Artwork by Teachers exhibition will showcase the artwork created by teaching staff from the primary, secondary, college and TAFE education sectors across Tasmania. The majority of these teaching staff are UTAS alumni
The John Elliott Classics Museum houses one of the University’s most significant and valuable cultural collections. The first items were acquired more than a century ago, but the heart of the collection, pottery displaying the development of ancient Greek artistic styles, was begun in 1954. Today the Museum has expanded to include Egyptian, Roman And Etruscan artefacts, particularly relating to the daily lives of ancient people. Highlights include an Egyptian tomb door and a Roman military sword.
Cake cutting and morning tea to mark 125th anniversary for alumni, staff and students
Presented by Her Excellency Professor the Honourable Kate Warner, AM, Governor of Tasmania, as part of Welcome Home Week.
Find out about the UTAS Save the Tasmanian Devil Program (STSP) and the ongoing research into the Tasmanian Devil Facial Tumour Disease and the race to find a cure and re-populate Tasmania's decimated devil population, at this seminar to be delivered by the world renowned and award-winning researcher Professor Greg Woods. Networking refreshments will follow the event. RSVPs will be essential. Details of registration to come.
A Royal Society of Tasmania public lecture.
- David Wilson
Join this panel discussion on the history, impact and future of aquaculture in Tasmania.
A public lecture as part of Welcome Home Week
- Dr Kerryn Higgs
This conference will showcase the work in progress of our current research higher degree candidates as well as provide a forum for higher degree research candidates across disciplines and the wider research community to network and share ideas.
In this original, engaging and accessible address Dr Honeywill unveils new research on the origins and impact of destructive masculinity.
- Dr Ross Honeywill, University of Tasmania
- Robin Banks, Tasmanian Anti-Discrimination Commissioner
- Michele Levine, Roy Morgan Research
The third forum of the 125th Anniversary Northern Forum series that explores issues of significance to Northern Tasmania.
- Professor Stephen Loo
- Dr Matt Delbridge
- Ms Ilana Mitchell
- Mr Rye Dunsmuir
Reflecting on thirty years of studying Antarctica at the University of Tasmania and prospects for future research.
- Sir Guy Green AC, KBE, CVO
- Professor Richard Coleman, Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies
- Professor Tony Worby, ACE-CRC
- Professor Ian Allison AO, AAM
A panel discussion how to reframe Australia's public debate to focus on our responsibility to people fleeing conflict.
- Julian Burnside AO QC
- Jan Barnett, Josephite Justice Office
- Samantha Betts
A student forum to discuss visions for a future Tasmania, reflecting on experiences of the past.
Join a panel of recent Australian of the Year award winners as they discuss their work to give voice to their communities and campaign against disadvantage.
- Drisana Levitzke-Gray, 2015 Young Australian of the Year
- Rodney Croome, 2015 Tasmanian of the Year
- Adam Mostogl, 2015 Young Tasmanian of the Year
An expert atmospheric science and a renowned photographer, team up to explain what powers the aurora and how you can observe and photograph its spectacle.
- Dr Gary Burns, University of Tasmania
- Loic Le Guilly, Ultimedia
University of Tasmania Open Day in Jakarta with Rianti Cartwright
Join our ‘provocateurs’ as they attempt to unsettle a number of taken-for-granted assumptions about literacy and numeracy.
- Dr Damon Thomas, University of Tasmania
- Associate Professor Helen Chick, University of Tasmania
- Dr Joanne Jones, University of Tasmania
Public Lecture by visiting Research Fellow Dr Matthias Hartwig
A Lighthouse Caretaker's Perspective, presented as part of the 2015 Royal Society of Tasmania Launceston lecture series.
- John Watts, Voluntary Lighthouse Caretaker