The School has its main presence on the southern campus, with 15 academic staff and 8 professional staff. In Hobart we offer a broad choice of undergraduate and postgraduate degree programmes across the arts and sciences. Many of our postgraduate students share these buildings with us as they work on their research projects and teach into some of our courses.
The School has a dedicated presence on the Newnham campus, where our degrees offer students a broad choice of undergraduate degree programmes in the environmental sciences and natural resource management sectors. Dr Greg Unwin and Dr Joanna Ellison are based there full-time.
The Cradle Coast campus is at an exciting phase of development, with plans to significantly grow its research profile, student numbers, courses and facilities over the next five years.
The campus provides a friendly professional working environment, in which academic and administrative staff work cooperatively with a team spirit committed to serving the students and the community (see Map).
Authorised by the Head of School, Land & Food
2 January, 2014