“As well as providing us with information and learning, it’s giving us the life skills to be able to go out and interact in the industry...”
International student Gina Goh is the recipient of the Malaysia Law Scholarship.
Dr Jess Melbourne-Thomas’ research investigates how we can manage a changing climate and ecosystem, now and into the future.
Professor Sergey Shabala is investigating ways to restore the natural defences of our domesticated crops by reactivating and reintroducing a number of ancient safety mechanisms.
Tasmania is an island laboratory of global significance, home to contrasting ecosystems that share a common evolutionary history and an outstanding natural heritage.Read more about Environment, Resource & Sustainability
Researchers at the University of Tasmania are collecting and analysing huge data sets to build new models to improve community, environmental and economic outcomes, providing a better foundation for policy and business practice. These new approaches are significant not only for Tasmania, but across international jurisdictions.Read more about Data, Knowledge and Decisions
Sitting at the edge of the vast Southern Ocean, Tasmania is the ideal laboratory in which to advance understanding of temperate marine, Southern Ocean, and Antarctic environments.Read more about Marine, Antarctic and Maritime
Researchers at the University of Tasmania are taking a new approach to health, which is predictive, preventative and participatory. We aspire to meet the healthcare needs of an ageing population with multiple chronic conditions, reduce the growing burden of preventable chronic disease, deliver convenient and affordable health services and improve consumer engagement in health care.Read more about Better Health
University of Tasmania researchers are at the forefront of developing and refining creative ideas to improve social policy and community wellbeing. In identifying solutions to today's complex challenges, we recognise the importance of resilience.Read more about Creativity, Culture and Society
Here's some of the fun from our 2018 semester one orientation activities!