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Title: The Creative Economy - Fantasy, Strategy or Reality?
Category:General Interest
Denison Debate featuring Assoc Prof Natasha Cica in conversation with Esa Laaksonen, Prof Julianne Schultz AM, The Hon David O’Byrne MP and Rachel Edwards.
Published: 27 Mar 2013 Length:1:25:54
The Creative Economy - Fantasy, Strategy or Reality?

The Creative Economy - Fantasy, Strategy or Reality?

Denison Debate featuring Assoc Prof Natasha Cica in conversation with Esa Laaksonen, Prof Julianne Schultz AM, The Hon David O’Byrne MP and Rachel Edwards.
Published: 27 Mar 2013 2:57pm
International Women's Day Address Senator Bob Carr

International Women's Day Address Senator Bob Carr

International Women’s Day Address by Senator Bob Carr. This event was organised by the University of Tasmania, Senator Lisa Singh and the United Nations Association of Australia.
Published: 21 Mar 2013 4:35pm
Sustaining food from the ocean: what do we know?

Sustaining food from the ocean: what do we know?

Public lecture on 28 February 2013 delivered by one of the world's most influential marine biologists and fisheries scientists Professor Ray Hilborn.
Published: 21 Mar 2013 4:30pm
Climate Change Science & Adaptation Challenges

Climate Change Science & Adaptation Challenges

Leading international climate change scientists, Dr Peter Stott and Dr Linda Mearns delivered presentation on their research relevant to climate change and adaption. This event was opened by Senator Christine Milne.
Published: 06 Feb 2013 10:36am
2012 James Martineau Lecture

2012 James Martineau Lecture

The 2012 James Martineau Memorial Lecture delivered by Dr Joshua Thurow presents recent cognitive science of religion research and argues that the causes of religious belief identified in this research do not necessarily undermine the reasons for religious belief presented in traditional philosophical arguments.
Published: 19 Dec 2012 8:45am
Faculty of Arts Alumni - Detective Inspector Colin Riley

Faculty of Arts Alumni - Detective Inspector Colin Riley

Presentation by Detective Inspector Colin Riley as part of ‘Faculty of Arts Alumni Showcase’ at UTAS Open Day 2012.
Published: 19 Dec 2012 8:41am
Faculty of Arts Alumni - Damian McIver

Faculty of Arts Alumni - Damian McIver

Presentation by Damian McIver as part of ‘Faculty of Arts Alumni Showcase’ at UTAS Open Day 2012.
Published: 19 Dec 2012 8:34am
Faculty of Arts Alumni - Hon Lisa Singh MP

Faculty of Arts Alumni - Hon Lisa Singh MP

Presentation by Hon Lisa Singh as part of ‘Faculty of Arts Alumni Showcase’ at UTAS Open Day 2012.
Published: 19 Dec 2012 8:31am
Faculty of Arts Alumni – Chris Batt

Faculty of Arts Alumni – Chris Batt

Presentation by Chris Batt as part of ‘Faculty of Arts Alumni Showcase’ at UTAS Open Day 2012.
Published: 19 Dec 2012 8:27am
2012 Red Cross Oration – Waleed Aly

2012 Red Cross Oration – Waleed Aly

The 2012 Red Cross Oration titled ‘Diversity in Australia Today – a Conversation with Waleed Aly’ was held on 3 December 2012 at the UTAS Stanley Burbury Theatre.
Published: 13 Dec 2012 10:24am
2012 Abercrombie Lecture – Stephen Alchin

2012 Abercrombie Lecture – Stephen Alchin

The 4th biennial Abercrombie Lecture was delivered by Stephen Alchin, Executive Director Planning, Infrastructure Australia. Presented by the Planning Institute of Australia Tasmanian Division in conjunction with UTAS and the Hobart City Council.
Published: 27 Nov 2012 11:34am
2012 Sir James Plimsoll Lecture – His Excellency Jose Ramos-Horta

2012 Sir James Plimsoll Lecture – His Excellency Jose Ramos-Horta

His Excellency Jose Ramos-Horta, Nobel Peace Prize Laureate, delivered the 2012 Sir James Plimsoll Lecture on the theme: ‘Reflections on the past 10 years in Timor-Leste and positioning the country for the future’.
Published: 23 Oct 2012 12:08pm
The Tasmanian Moment? Real Options and Opportunities for Tasmania’s Future

The Tasmanian Moment? Real Options and Opportunities for Tasmania’s Future

Denison Debate featuring George Megalogenis, senior journalist with The Australian newspaper; Professor Janelle Allison, Pro Vice-Chancellor (Regional Development) UTAS; Rodney Croome AM, gay rights advocate and former Island editor; and Jan Davis, CEO Tasmanian Farmers and Graziers Association, held 19 September 2012.
Published: 26 Sep 2012 2:30pm
The 2012 Sandy Duncanson Social Justice Lecture presented by Andrea Durbach

The 2012 Sandy Duncanson Social Justice Lecture presented by Andrea Durbach

Andrea Durbach presented the 2012 Sandy Duncanson Social Justice Lecture, titled A Common Purpose - Inching the Law Towards Justice.

She is the Deputy Sex Discrimination Commissioner at the Australian Human Rights Commission, Director of the Australian Human Rights Centre and Associate Professor in the Faculty of Law at UNSW.

Published: 13 Sep 2012 11:44am
Launceston Open Day 2012 presentation

Launceston Open Day 2012 presentation

Launceston Open Day 2012 presentation on Sunday 26 August 2012, by ‘Sticky and Sam’ from The Amazing Race Australia. Sticky and Sam shared insights and experiences from their Amazing Race journey as well how this opportunity has changed their lives.
Published: 07 Sep 2012 9:07am
It’s Broke: How can we fix it? John Ralston Saul

It’s Broke: How can we fix it? John Ralston Saul

Public lecture by celebrated author and essayist John Ralston Saul on 27 August 2012 entitled ‘The reinvention of the world – it’s broke: how can we fix it?’. John Ralston Saul’s visit to Australia is supported by the Evatt Foundation.
Published: 03 Sep 2012 3:29pm
Refugee Experience

Refugee Experience

Public lecture featuring the personal stories of three refugees: Eh Eh Tin, originally from Burma, Nagam Alkani from Iraq and Isaiah Lehai from Sierra Leone. Other speakers included Professor Kate Crowley, UTAS School of Government; MC Senator Lisa Singh; and Associate Professor Roberta Julian, Tasmanian Institute of Law Enforcement Studies.
Published: 22 Aug 2012 11:40am
2012 Arthur Cobbold Memorial Lecture

2012 Arthur Cobbold Memorial Lecture

Public lecture ‘Stem Cells and the Regeneration of the Aging Body’ presented by UTAS Vice-Chancellor, Professor Peter Rathjen. Speakers also include the Deputy Dean of the Faculty of Health Science, Professor Denise Fassett, and Dr Rob Walters, chair of the Arthur Cobbold Appeal Committee.
Published: 25 Jun 2012 8:58am
SenseT launch

SenseT launch

Regional Australia Minister Simon Crean and the Premier of Tasmania, Lara Giddings, officially launch the next stage of a world-class data sensor network and announce the leveraging of new project partners.
Published: 15 Jun 2012 4:39pm
Xtreme 2 exercise

Xtreme 2 exercise

UTAS Paramedic Practice students based at Rozelle campus in Sydney challenged by life-threatening scenarios in Xtreme 2 exercise. Video courtesy of Prime7 (Albury) news.
Published: 30 May 2012 4:18pm
Peace Building and Poverty Reduction

Peace Building and Poverty Reduction

Peace Building and Poverty Reduction: What can education achieve? A public lecture delivered by Prof Rupert Mclean AO on 16 April 2012.
Published: 30 Apr 2012 3:37pm
The UTAS Foundation Dinner, Hobart 2012

The UTAS Foundation Dinner, Hobart 2012

The UTAS Foundation Dinner black tie events welcome new scholarship students, acknowledge the generous support of donors and celebrate excellence, innovation and participation at UTAS. The outstanding achievements of UTAS alumni are recognised with the awarding of the UTAS Foundation Graduate Award and the Distinguished Alumni Award.
Published: 05 Apr 2012 9:18am
Frank, Fearless or Forgotten? The Role of the Public Service Today

Frank, Fearless or Forgotten? The Role of the Public Service Today

Denison Debate featuring Associate Professor Natasha Cica, Director of the Inglis Clark Centre for Civil Society, in conversation with Professor Sir Ian Kennedy, Chair, Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority, UK; Mr Rhys Edwards, Secretary, Department of Premier and Cabinet and Professor David Adams, Social Inclusion Commissioner, on March 28 2012.
Published: 30 Mar 2012 3:23pm
Learn Chinese through the Zodiac

Learn Chinese through the Zodiac

In this UTAS Open Day public lecture, Isabel Wang provides an introduction to the Chinese language and Chinese language studies at UTAS through an explanation of the twelve signs of the Chinese Zodiac. This lecture is presented by the UTAS Faculty of Arts.
Published: 07 Feb 2012 9:19am
Prime Minister visits the IMAS building site

Prime Minister visits the IMAS building site

The University of Tasmania’s Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research), Professor Paddy Nixon, and the Executive Director of the Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies (IMAS), Professor Mike Coffin, played host to the Prime Minister, Julia Gillard, today as she inspected the Hobart waterfront site of the new home of IMAS.
Published: 17 Jan 2012 2:21pm
2011 James Martineau Memorial Lecture

2011 James Martineau Memorial Lecture

2011 James Martineau Memorial Lecture, presented by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Justice Commissioner Mick Gooda, on 2 November 2011
Published: 10 Nov 2011 1:18pm
Conferral Senator Tunku Abdul Aziz

Conferral Senator Tunku Abdul Aziz

Conferral of Senator Tunku Abdul Aziz (BA 1965) with a Doctor of Laws honoris causa on 12 August 2011. The Provost reads the citation, and Senator Tunku Aziz delivers his acceptance speech.
Published: 26 Sep 2011 8:49am
Michael Kirby, Why Australia Lacks a Bill of Rights

Michael Kirby, Why Australia Lacks a Bill of Rights

Former High Court Justice The Hon. Michael Kirby AC CMG keynote address ‘Why Australia Lacks a Bill of Rights’ to the 2011 Australian Historical Association Conference on 5 July 2011. The conference was held at the University of Tasmania's Inveresk campus in Launceston. Address is followed by a Q&A session.
Published: 26 Sep 2011 8:43am
Denison Debate: Educating Tasmanians for the Twenty-First Century

Denison Debate: Educating Tasmanians for the Twenty-First Century

Presented by the Inglis Clark Centre for Civil Society at UTAS and featuring Dr Natasha Cica in conversation with four guest speakers: Prof Peter Rathjen, Colin Pettit, Robyn Kronenberg and Garry Bailey.
Published: 15 Sep 2011 1:17pm
Naming and Shaming - Making Business Accountable

Naming and Shaming - Making Business Accountable

UTAS Open Day public lecture ‘Naming and Shaming – Making Business Accountable’ by shareholder activist and founder of Crikey.com, Stephen Mayne. Presented by UTAS Faculty of Business and Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia.
Published: 08 Sep 2011 4:13pm
Debate: Should voluntary euthanasia be legalised?

Debate: Should voluntary euthanasia be legalised?

On 4 August a debate on ‘Should voluntary euthanasia be legalised?’ was hosted as part of the UTAS Public Debate Series. Speakers included Neil Francis, Dr Philip Nitschke, Mrs Nica Cordover, Paul Russell, Dr Frank Madill, Betty Roberts OAM and MC Dr Polly McGee.
Published: 17 Aug 2011 8:37am
Q&A Forum on Marriage Equality

Q&A Forum on Marriage Equality

On 28 July a public Q&A forum ‘Should same-sex couples be allowed to marry?’ was hosted by UTAS Alumni at the Annexe Theatre, Inveresk as part of the University of Tasmania Public Debate Series 2011. A panel of six speakers was chaired by Tim Cox of ABC Radio.
Published: 10 Aug 2011 5:01pm
2011 Sir James Plimsoll Lecture

2011 Sir James Plimsoll Lecture

2011 Sir James Plimsoll Lecture, delivered by the Minister for Foreign Affairs, The Hon Kevin Rudd, MP on 13 July 2011
Published: 26 Jul 2011 2:43pm
Denison Debate – A new Tasmanian economy

Denison Debate – A new Tasmanian economy

Presented by the Inglis Clark Centre for Civil Society at UTAS and featuring Dr Natasha Cica in conversation with five guest speakers: Saul Eslake, Hon Ruth Forrest MLC, Margaret Reynolds, Richard Eccleston and Peter Poulet.
Published: 20 Jun 2011 12:31pm
Sandy Duncanson Social Justice Lecture

Sandy Duncanson Social Justice Lecture

Sandy Duncanson Social Justice Lecture ‘My Journey with Social Justice’ by the Hon Michael Kirby AC CMG
Published: 12 May 2011 11:37am
Denison Debate - What does MONA mean?

Denison Debate - What does MONA mean?

Presented by the Inglis Clark Centre for Civil Society at UTAS, and featuring Dr Natasa Cica, Director of the Inglis Clark Centre, in conversation with five guest speakers Assoc Prof John Armstrong; Jo Duffy; Prof Noel Frankham; Tim Penny; and Diane Caney
Published: 12 May 2011 11:26am
Denison Debate - Do women leaders make a difference?

Denison Debate - Do women leaders make a difference?

Presented by the Inglis Clark Centre for Civil Society at UTAS ‘Do Women Leaders Make A Difference?’ is the first Denison Debate of 2011. Featuring Dr Natasha Cica with guest speakers: Hon Lara Giddings MP, Ms Narelle Hooper, Hon Vanessa Goodwin MLC and Prof Susan Dodds.

Published: 07 Mar 2011 10:26am
Macquarie Island to the World Stage - Lecture 3

Macquarie Island to the World Stage - Lecture 3

Lecture 3 of the Royal Society of Tasmanian Winter 2010 Lecture Series “From Tasmania to Antarctica – Macquarie Island on the World Stage”. This series focuses on the many fascinating elements of this small island rich in history, heritage and ecology.
Published: 04 Mar 2011 9:53am
Macquarie Island to the World Stage - Lecture 2

Macquarie Island to the World Stage - Lecture 2

Lecture 2 of the Royal Society of Tasmanian Winter 2010 Lecture Series “From Tasmania to Antarctica – Macquarie Island on the World Stage”. This series focuses on the many fascinating elements of this small island rich in history, heritage and ecology.
Published: 04 Mar 2011 9:44am
Macquarie Island to the World Stage - Lecture 1

Macquarie Island to the World Stage - Lecture 1

Lecture 1 of the Royal Society of Tasmanian Winter 2010 Lecture Series “From Tasmania to Antarctica – Macquarie Island on the World Stage”. This series focuses on the many fascinating elements of this small island rich in history, heritage and ecology.
Published: 04 Mar 2011 9:34am
Learning Journey: Georgie Parker

Learning Journey: Georgie Parker

Ultimately studying art is about finding a way to understand and express yourself

One of five video profiles, which features past and current students revealing some of the diverse pathways in and out of creative arts education at the University of Tasmania and Tasmanian Polytechnic.

Published: 03 Mar 2011 2:14pm
Playful Places: Matt Daniels

Playful Places: Matt Daniels

Ultimately studying art is about finding a way to understand and express yourself

One of five video profiles, which features past and current students revealing some of the diverse pathways in and out of creative arts education at the University of Tasmania and Tasmanian Polytechnic.

Published: 03 Mar 2011 12:57pm
Finding Home: Melanie Kershaw

Finding Home: Melanie Kershaw

Ultimately studying art is about finding a way to understand and express yourself

One of five video profiles, which features past and current students revealing some of the diverse pathways in and out of creative arts education at the University of Tasmania and Tasmanian Polytechnic.

Published: 03 Mar 2011 12:45pm
When Push Turns to Pull: Jamin

When Push Turns to Pull: Jamin

Ultimately studying art is about finding a way to understand and express yourself

One of five video profiles, which features past and current students revealing some of the diverse pathways in and out of creative arts education at the University of Tasmania and Tasmanian Polytechnic.

Published: 03 Mar 2011 12:35pm
Passion & Patience: Emma Bugg

Passion & Patience: Emma Bugg

Ultimately studying art is about finding a way to understand and express yourself

One of five video profiles, which features past and current students revealing some of the diverse pathways in and out of creative arts education at the University of Tasmania and Tasmanian Polytechnic.

Published: 03 Mar 2011 12:24pm
James Martineau Memorial Lecture

James Martineau Memorial Lecture

An Atheist Defends Religion presented by Mr Phillip Adams.
Published: 13 Oct 2010 2:32pm
Forensic evidence: blessings & dangers

Forensic evidence: blessings & dangers

Former High Court Justice Michael Kirby speaks on the blessings and dangers of forensic evidence.
Published: 13 Oct 2010 2:31pm
AMC - The Voyage, Chapter 1

AMC - The Voyage, Chapter 1

Join students from the National Centre for Maritime Engineering & Hydrodynamics on board training vessel ‘Bluefin’ as they receive a firsthand experience of life at sea.
Published: 13 Oct 2010 2:30pm
How Climate Change is Changing Us

How Climate Change is Changing Us

Keynote address by Peter Boyer to the plenary session of the 2010 School Conference, School of Geography and Environmental Studies, University of Tasmania, Hobart, 2 July 2010.
Published: 13 Oct 2010 2:12pm
Can we prevent another Global Financial Crisis?

Can we prevent another Global Financial Crisis?

Prof Joseph Stiglitz
Published: 13 Oct 2010 2:10pm
AMC - The Voyage, Chapter 7

AMC - The Voyage, Chapter 7

Join students from the National Centre for Maritime Engineering & Hydrodynamics on board training vessel ‘Bluefin’ as they receive a firsthand experience of life at sea.
Published: 13 Oct 2010 2:09pm
AMC - The Voyage, Chapter 6

AMC - The Voyage, Chapter 6

Join students from the National Centre for Maritime Engineering & Hydrodynamics on board training vessel ‘Bluefin’ as they receive a firsthand experience of life at sea.
Published: 13 Oct 2010 2:09pm
AMC - The Voyage, Chapter 5

AMC - The Voyage, Chapter 5

Join students from the National Centre for Maritime Engineering & Hydrodynamics on board training vessel ‘Bluefin’ as they receive a firsthand experience of life at sea.
Published: 13 Oct 2010 2:09pm
AMC - The Voyage, Chapter 4

AMC - The Voyage, Chapter 4

Join students from the National Centre for Maritime Engineering & Hydrodynamics on board training vessel ‘Bluefin’ as they receive a firsthand experience of life at sea.
Published: 13 Oct 2010 2:09pm
AMC - The Voyage, Chapter 3

AMC - The Voyage, Chapter 3

Join students from the National Centre for Maritime Engineering & Hydrodynamics on board training vessel ‘Bluefin’ as they receive a firsthand experience of life at sea.
Published: 13 Oct 2010 2:09pm
AMC - The Voyage, Chapter 2

AMC - The Voyage, Chapter 2

Join students from the National Centre for Maritime Engineering & Hydrodynamics on board training vessel ‘Bluefin’ as they receive a firsthand experience of life at sea.
Published: 13 Oct 2010 2:09pm
Television commercial

Television commercial

UTAS is your way forward - 2010 advertisement as shown on television and in cinema.
Published: 13 Oct 2010 2:09pm
Business - Your future starts here

Business - Your future starts here

Business is the art of making a living doing what you love. See the evolution of business from the barter system when business was born through to today’s innovations and find out what the Faculty of Business at UTAS can offer you.
Published: 13 Oct 2010 2:09pm
Living on campus

Living on campus

Taken from A day in the life of a UTAS student this cut down takes views on a tour of on-campus student accommodation.
Published: 13 Oct 2010 2:09pm
Exploring on campus

Exploring on campus

Taken from A day in the life of a UTAS student this cut down provides a snap shot tour around campuses and facilities.
Published: 13 Oct 2010 2:09pm
A day in the life of a UTAS student

A day in the life of a UTAS student

Follow a day in the life of UTAS student, viewing accommodation, campus facilities and student life.
Published: 13 Oct 2010 2:09pm
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