New publication designed to start ‘a conversation with the Tasmanian community’

A new UTAS publication, O2t, designed to improve understanding of UTAS across the Tasmanian community, makes its debut today (Friday 8 November 2013).

Aimed at a general readership O2t, inspired by the University's motto Open to Talent, appears as an insert in the three Tasmanian dailies - the Mercury, The Examiner and The Advocate.

"O2t is intended to initiate a conversation with the Tasmanian community, expanding awareness of our accomplishments and increasing our visibility," the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Peter Rathjen, explains.

The first issue examines the University's 10-year strategic plan, the role of the University within the Tasmanian economy, the heavy investment in new infrastructure, the shift in research emphasis from tactical to strategic, and takes readers on a tour of that hidden cultural gem, the John Elliott Classics Museum

O2t will be published biannually, with the next edition planned for May 2014.

Download the November edition of O2t (PDF 8MB)

Published on: 08 Nov 2013 7:47am