The wisdom of... Olivia Rundle
Insights from UTAS' Law School community.
It's the fourth year of the Tasmanian ogoh-ogoh tradition. This year's creature, the cave spider, is the biggest and most elaborate yet.
The University of Tasmania has been awarded for its leadership in sustainability.
Dr Emma Pharo shares her expert tips for managing a busy academic career and time with her family.
The Faculty of Law is home to COMET; a social justice project empowering disadvantaged and disengaged youth. President for 2018, Tiarni Barr, tells us more and how working with young people and criminal law has inspired her.
Out of Window-Glass, Women and War: the Waterworth Optical Collection.
Welcome to Professor Rufus Black, our new Vice-Chancellor.
Dr Jonathan Wallis tells us “it was ever thus”. He sees parallels between the current marriage law debate and the Roman politicisation of marriage over 2000 years ago.
University Apartments: evidence of the power of higher education to deliver new futures
The Lions are getting stronger every time they step onto the field.
It's the hackathon where entrepreneurs, creatives and programmers come together.
University and partners launch vision for redeveloped Inveresk precinct.
University climbs to 313 from 370 in the QS World University Rankings.
Two Australian Maritime College graduates have sold their first luxury yacht after spotting a gap in the market for tailor-made vessels.
Our School of Business and Economics is lucky enough to have one of the country's leading economists on staff.