With the aim of building a sense of community and connection between staff on the Launceston campuses, CCB facilitates a range of social, cultural and fundraising activities.
CCB facilitates and supports activities where staff members, of all levels and divisions, can interact in a social setting. The key aim is to improve workplace satisfaction by helping staff feel welcome, valued and part of a supportive network.
Improved connections between staff also encourages improved information sharing and the potential for interdisciplinary communication and projects.
For more information view this schedule for planned Campus Community Builders events, times and venues.
If you have any ideas on events or activities that could be enjoyed by UTAS staff, which could be arranged through CCB, or UTAS facilities that you'd like to visit, we'd love to hear from you! Please contact Natalie Edwards via email email@example.com or phone Ext 3095 with your ideas.
UTAS Staff Campus Tours
Human Interface Technology Lab (HITLab)
When: Wednesday 17th July
The Human Interface Technology Laboratory Australia (HITLab AU) is a research and teaching facility within UTAS' School of Computing and Information Systems at the University of Tasmania Newnham Campus. It is one of only three Labs in the world, is a partner of the world-leading HITLab US and HITLab NZ, and shares their goals of developing revolutionary interfaces that transform how people interact with computers and improve the human experience.
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Past Campus Tours
Exercise Science Lab
The exercise science laboratories are utilised for both teaching and research purposes. The equipment in the laboratories enable the measurement of a range of physiological variables at rest and during exercise. Energy consumption, work completed, energy intake, force production, speed, power, flexibility, body composition, blood pressure, heart rate, electrical activity of the muscles and heart, temperature are some examples of the types of measurements routinely conducted during practical classes or research projects carried out in the laboratories.
Unique items of equipment in the laboratories include a climate chamber with an achievable temperature range of between 5 and 45oC and a dual energy x-ray absorptiometry system, often referred to as DEXA, for measuring bone mineral density, lean tissue mass, and fat percentage (body composition analysis).
Simulation Clinical Education Centre - School of Nursing & Midwifery
Experience a interactive tour of the world class Simulation Clinical Education Training Centre at the School of Nursing & Midwifery. Meet SimMan 3G the state of the art Computerized Manikin Human Patient Simulator and experience the School of Nursing & Midwifery's futuristic approach to Nursing education.
Places are limited, please email email@example.com to secure your place.
AMC Ship Simulator - March 2012
The AMC Centre for Maritime Simulations is one of the most advanced simulators of its type in the world which is continually being upgraded and is invaluable for research and investigation into port development, ship manoeuvring and improving ship and port safety and efficiency.
School of Visual & Performing Arts - April 2012 (Inveresk Campus )
The School of Visual and Performing Arts (SVPA) is housed in the Academy of the Arts, an award winning, world-class facility located in the busy 17-hectare Inveresk Cultural Precinct. Their facilities include purpose-built visual arts studios, galleries, performance spaces, and theatres.
Unigym - June 2012
The tour will include an introduction to some of Unigym's fitness classes such as Les Mills Body Pump, Les Mills CXWORX and Zumba. Each session will be 10 minutes in duration. In addition to this, staff will have the opportunity to view the Unigym facilities via a short guided tour and gather plenty of information about membership prices, promotions and Unigym activities.
Via a Campus Community Majordomo email, Launceston staff will be invited to events and, from time to time, offered special deals and/or opportunities negotiated specifically for UTAS staff. All Launceston staff are automatically included in these emails, if you do NOT wish to receive information you can UNSUBSCRIBE at any time by following the instructions shown at the bottom of all emails.
Authorised by the Provost
26 June, 2013