Explore - Alumni online series

When our paths take an unexpected turn, it reminds us that the journey can be just important as the destination.

The University of Tasmania alumni series Explore provides opportunities for advancement and inspiration.

We'd love to know if there are any topics you would like us to help you explore. Or perhaps you are an alumni member who would like to offer your expertise. Please contact the Alumni team via:
email alumni.office@utas.edu.au or;
phone +61 3 6324 3052.

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One of the greatest advantages of being a member of the alumni community is the ability to tap into a group of diverse, interesting and influential individuals with an immense global impact.

Our webinars offer an exclusive opportunity to connect with your peers and find among them innovators, thought leaders and perhaps even potential collaborators.

In 2022 alumni have joined Explore webinars, which have included Avoid burnout: How to thrive, not just survive, How to make change for sustainability and So, you think you want to start a business?

The alumni series is tailored to your needs. You will receive invitations to take part in engaging webinars, as well as the opportunity to listen back at your leisure.

Next Webinar

Join the second webinar in the Alumni Explore series for 2023.

Are all fats and carbs created equal?

Presented by Dr Rebecca Kelly, Public Health Lecturer and Geriatric Medicine registrar

Date: Tuesday 4 July 2023

Time: 1-2pm AEST



You will need to register for Alumni Explore webinars

You will then be sent a confirmation email with a link to join the webinar via Zoom. When you click the link, you will be prompted to download the Zoom app, a quick and easy process. You can also click a link in the email to easily add the event to your calendar. More information is available from these Zoom FAQs.

If you do not wish to register the webinar will be available later as a recording on our YouTube.

Watch past webinars

Let's talk about dementia