University of Tasmania graduate Samuel Forbes, 24, of Hobart, has been announced as the Tasmanian Rhodes Scholar for 2014.
UTAS Alumni Chair, Dr Ashley Townsend (pictured here) welcomed UTAS alumni and friends to the AGM at the University Club on Wednesday, 13 November and delivered a comprehensive report of our year’s activities.
The University is seeking inspirational alumni to be nominated for two premier awards.
UTAS Vice-Chancellor Professor Peter Rathjen will share his vision for the University with alumni on Wednesday 13 November.
One of Australia’s leading authors, UTAS alumnus Christopher Koch, has died at the age of 81.
The TUU, together with VGen and World Vision, are presenting one of the first screenings in Tasmania of the ground-breaking documentary, Girl Rising.
The Faculty of Arts has a range of units on offer this Spring. Why not take advantage of the 25% HECS Scholarships available to UTAS alumni to undertake a short course in one of the units on offer?
A guitar student at the UTAS Conservatorium of Music was recently treated to a personal interview and consultation with jazz musician George Benson.
UTAS alumnus and artist Ron Brooks has won the 2013 Picture Book of the Year award.
The first of three documentaries on the Afghanistan War by UTAS journalism lecturer John Martinkus is on view at the Australian War Memorial’s website.
UTAS alumnus Ben Duckworth was a member of the architecture team which won the design competition for a new Flinders St Railway Station in Melbourne.
The University of Tasmania has awarded Hobart-based architects Liminal Architecture the role of Principal Consultant for one of the state’s most ambitious arts projects – the $75 million Academy of Creative Industries and Performing Arts (ACIPA).
During National Science Week in August each year, a range of activities are held around the state, including visiting guest speakers, science shows, workshops, and tours.
State Government grant allows fundraising appeal to meet its target
Good people can make a difference about how we feel about politics.
Renowned ceramicist, senior lecturer also recognised in Queen’s Birthday Honours
Lisa Singh remembers her days at the University of Tasmania as some of the best of her life and a great grounding for the challenging years ahead.
Presented by Dr Nicholas Hope AM.
Three graduates from the UTAS School of Architecture and Design have featured in the Design Institute of Australia’s Vic/Tas Graduate of the Year Awards held in Melbourne on Thursday (March 21).
UTAS students and graduates featured prominently in the annual Southern Cross Young Achiever Awards, with eight nominees winning for their category.
Authorised by the Director of Advancement
13 August, 2013