The University of Tasmania has been Open to Talent since 1890.
We can only ever be as good as the people who choose to work with us; our staff and students are our most important asset. Realisation of the vision outlined in our Strategic Plan (PDF 653.6KB) is dependent on a talented workforce, committed to the innovative thinking required to conceptualise and operationalise the strategy, and the high levels of achievement required to accomplish our objectives.
The notion of partnership characterises the way we operate. Our primary partnership is between staff and students who work together in the areas of core business: achieving excellence in teaching and learning and research.
The University of Tasmania continues a long tradition of excellence and commitment to free inquiry in the creation, preservation, communication and application of knowledge, and to scholarship that is global in scope, distinctive in its specialisations and that reflects our Tasmanian character.
The University will provide leadership within its community, thereby contributing to the cultural, economic and social development of Tasmania through its Statement of Values.
Since 2013 we have been recruiting up to 50 outstanding academic leaders and scholars in areas of high strategic strengths in order to build the University's internationally recognised capability and develop emerging areas of high potential. Click here for further information.
Professor Paul Haddad
Professor Paul Haddad has become the first Australian to win the American Chemical Society (ACS) Chromatography Award, an honour given to scientists at the peak of their profession. It will be officially presented with the award next April at a gala event in New Orleans during the ACS National Meeting. Prof. Haddad was also recently honoured closer to home in the state government's Tasmanian Science Excellence Awards. He was presented with the Premier's Tasmanian Scientist of the year Award. He said he was 'proud and honoured' to be the inaugural recipient of the award and thanked the Premier for introducing it.