Nurse-led Memory Clinic leading research - (PDF 63.7KB) An innovative University of Tasmania program to increase the role of nurse practitioners in the care of the elderly was showcased to the Minister for Mental Health and Ageing Mark Butler today during a visit to the University‟s Medical Science 1 building.
Leading educator honoured in Launceston - (PDF 72.1KB) Professor Rupert Maclean AO, a former UTAS Launceston student who went on to become a world-renowned educator, author and lecturer, will tonight (Thursday 19 April 2012) be awarded the UTAS Distinguished Alumni Award at a gala event at the Hotel Grand Chancellor in Launceston.
National role for UTAS Academic - (PDF 55.1KB)
The University of Tasmanias Vice-Chancellor, Professor Peter Rathjen, has welcomed the appointment of Deputy Vice-Chancellor of Students and Education, Professor David Sadler, to the newly-announced national Strategic Advisory Committee of the Office for Learning and Teaching (OLT).
Medical Science precinct - (PDF 60.2KB)
Construction is under way on the University of Tasmania’s $89.7 million Medical Science 2 (MS2) project in Hobart’s CBD, with a tender being accepted this week from managing contractor John Holland-Fairbrother Joint Venture
Reward and recognition for UTAS Vice-Chancellor - (PDF 61.4KB)
The outstanding contribution of Vice-Chancellor Professor Daryl Le Grew to the University of Tasmania will be formally recognised when he is presented with an honorary doctorate at a graduation ceremony today (Wednesday, 15 December 2010).
UTAS celebrates Year 11 and 12 high achievers - (PDF 76.4KB)
Gifted and high achieving senior secondary school students who have undertaken the UTAS High Achiever Program in 2010 will be recognised at presentation ceremonies in Burnie and Hobart this week.
UTAS and TSO strike accord - (PDF 79.0KB)
A formal agreement to recognise the collaborative partnership between the University of Tasmania and the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra will be signed today (Wednesday 8 December 2010).
IMAS plans lodged with Authority - (PDF 108.8KB)
A development application for the new $45 million building for the University of Tasmania’s Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies has been lodged with the Sullivans Cove Waterfront Authority.
Medication Safety website aims to reduce medication errors - (PDF 42.6 KB)
An innovative e-learning initiative developed at the University of Tasmania (UTAS) has taken a step closer to engaging health care professionals and students in better medication safety, following the signing of a commercial agreement with NPS - better choices, better health (formerly the National Prescribing Service).
Uni year in full swing (PDF 69.7KB)
The University of Tasmania’s academic year is officially in full swing, with hundreds of new and continuing students heading to the three UTAS campuses this week.
Medical science precinct continues to grow (PDF 86.9KB)
The Parliamentary Secretary for Health, the Hon Mark Butler MP, will today visit the new UTAS Medical Science Building in Hobart to officially sign over $44.7 million in Health and Hospital Fund Funding to assist in the growth and expansion of clinical research in the state.
UTAS supports international students [PDF]
University of Tasmania Vice-Chancellor Professor Daryl Le Grew said today that UTAS has zero tolerance to any behaviour that impacts on the safety of international students both on and off campus