The past year was a period of significant achievement for UTAS.
The University celebrated the official start of the Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies (IMAS) in January, and also saw the continued development of the Medical Science Precinct in Hobart’s CBD.
New programs – such as Community Friends and Networks – were launched by the University to support students, and the excellence and contribution of staff in research and teaching were celebrated in a new ceremony, the University of Tasmania Celebration of Excellence Awards. The end of 2010 also marked the final year of Vice-Chancellor Professor Daryl Le Grew’s leadership.
2011 has seen Professor Peter Rathjen begin his term as Vice-Chancellor, and planning begin for the development of the University’s next strategic plan.
The report can be accessed in full here.