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Our people

The Institute for the Study of Social Change brings together researchers across the University of Tasmania who are passionate about understanding and addressing social change in this state and beyond.

Institute staff, together with our colleagues across the university, deliver a range of policy, demographic and social research services aimed at informing public policy and community debate.

We present free public events aimed at stimulating discussion around key issues affecting Tasmania and the wider community.

Our team

Vice-Chancellor's research fellow Saul Eslake

Vice-Chancellor’s research fellow: Saul Eslake

Since his appointment as Vice Chancellor’s Fellow in 2016 Saul has made a significant contribution to the Institute’s policy research and events program.

Affiliated researchers

The Institute has an open membership of affiliated researchers which consists of scholars from across the University of Tasmania whose research interests align with the Institute's areas of interest. We welcome new staff members or HDR candidates.

We bring together more than 200 affiliated researchers across the University of Tasmania with an interest in studying social change in all its dimensions.

Our Advisory Board

The ISC Advisory Board was appointed to provide strategic advice on the Institute's future research and community impact strategy. The Board consists of distinguished members of the Tasmanian community and leading national scholars in our fields of research specialisation.

Media enquiries

Sally Glaetzer
Engagement Manager
T: +61 3 6226 1832
E: Sally.Glaetzer@utas.edu.au

Administration

Della Clark
Executive Officer
T: +61 3 6226 7851
E: Della.Clark@utas.edu.au

Institute for the Study of Social Change

Contact

Institute for Study of Social Change
University of Tasmania
Private Bag 22
HOBART TAS 7001

E: ISC.Admin@utas.edu.au

Media enquiries

Sally Glaetzer
Engagement Manager
T: +61 3 6226 1832
E: Sally.Glaetzer@utas.edu.au

Location

Sandy Bay Campus
Social Sciences Building
Level 4, Room 418
View Campus Map (AX17 26)