Australian Institute of Physics Public Lecture
- Adjunct Associate Professor Roslynn Haynes
Rufus Black and Edith Hall engage in a conversation on classical Greek history and culture, and the continuing relevance of the humanities.
- Professor Edith Hall, King's College London
- Professor Rufus Black, University of Tasmania
A seminar by visiting scholar Dr Colin Sage on Food Transitions and Sustainability: Green Tech, Social Movements and Public Policy
- Dr Colin Sage
Public intellectual and leading classicist Professor Edith Hall shows how ancient thinking is precisely what we need today.
- Professor Edith Hall, King's College London, United Kingdom
Law Enforcement and Public Health in Tasmania: is Collective Impact a viable pathway for collaboration?
A seminar by Isabelle Bartkowiak-Théron, Roberta Julian & Danielle Campbell from the Tasmanian Institute of Law Enforcement Studies, University of Tasmania
- Isabelle Bartkowiak-Théron
- Roberta Julian
- Danielle Campbell
Dr Sanyal offers a critique of some key elements of liberal thought on methodological grounds.
- Dr Sagar Sanyal, University of Melbourne
In this presentation, Dr Faragher will explore the nature of numeracy in light of recent research in thee field of inclusive mathematics education.
- Dr Rhonda Faragher, University of Queensland
An informal networking seminar presented by Professor Charles Crothers from Auckland University of Technology
- Professor Charles Crothers, Auckland Institute of Technology
Discussing art inspired by engagement since the 1500s between Makassan Muslim people from Indonesia and Yolgnu people in North East Arnhem Land.
Over drinks and canapés, network with other alumni and friends from the Sydney region.
- Professor Rufus Black, Vice-Chancellor, University of Tasmania
Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (Tasmania) City Talk in conjunction with International Dark Sky Week
From White Supremacy to Treaty, Self-determination and Sovereignty - Essential Steps on the Way to Freedom
Public lecture hosted by the Office of the Pro Vice-Chancellor Aboriginal Research and Leadership
- Associate Professor Greg Phillips
The View from My Desk: US and Australian perspectives on international relations, trade and governance
This event marks a first time collaboration between UTAS, AIIA Tasmania and the New York Times and a chance to get a leading journalist's perspective on issues facing Australia and the US.
- Damien Cave, Bureau Chief, New York Times
Hosted by the School of Creative Arts
An exhibition of reportage photography from the 2017 Australian masters Games, in conjunction with a special art residency sponsored by the Pro Vice-Chancellor for Community, partnerships and Regional Development, University of Tasmania
A seminar by visiting scholar Dr Colin Sage on the role of social movements in achieving a sustainable food
- Dr Colin Sage, University College Cork, Ireland
The consensus between neoliberalism and progressivism has proved wholly inadequate to address Chinese influence in Australia's public life.
- Dr Mark Harrison, University of Tasmania
A crescent Moon will be in the northwest and Jupiter will be rising the east. Many other deep space wonders will be high in the sky to observe and enjoy.
The Royal Society of Tasmania - 2018 Launceston Lecture Series
A one hour presentation by the Hon Beatrice Anywar on the work of the charity Acholi Resilence in Northern Uganda and the horror of Nodding Syndrome.