School of Social Sciences

Events

January

February

Book Launch | Climate Change Criminology

Join us at Fullers in Hobart for the launch of Professor Rob White’s new book Climate Change Criminology

Community  Hobart  Fullers Bookshop, Collins St, Hobart

Horizons Series February - Lisa Denny

Dr Lisa Denny will explain workforce polarisation in Tasmania and the role of industry structure by comparing the occupational skill distribution between 2006 and 2016.

Public Lecture  Other  University of Tasmania's Sandy Bay campus, and via links to Immersive Video Conference Rooms at Newnham and Cradle Coast.

March

April

May

June

July

August

PUBLIC EVENT | Craig Challen: Australian of the Year

Australian of the Year Craig Challen shares his fascinating story from the depths of the 2018 Thai cave rescue mission

Public Lecture  Hobart  Stanley Burbury Theatre, University Centre, Sandy Bay campus

Healthy Tasmania Community Forum

A free public event for organisations, communities and government to celebrate the achievements of Healthy Tasmania initiatives

Community  Hobart  Blundstone Arena, 15 Derwent St, Bellerive, Hobart

September

October

Public Talk | Ending the Housing and Health Divide: New Guidelines

A free public event by Dr David Jacobs, Chief Scientist National Center for Healthy Housing and Director of the World Health Organization USA Collaborating Center on Healthy Housing

Aurora Lecture Theatre, Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies, Castray Esplanade, Hobart, Tasmania.

November

'Brown Bag' Social Sciences Seminar

A lunchtime Social Sciences seminar

Via video link to Rm L172, School of Social Sciences, Newnham campus, and Rm A119, Cradle Coast campus.

'Brown Bag' Social Sciences Seminar

A lunchtime Social Sciences seminar

Sandy Bay Social Sciences Room 506. Via video link to Rm L172, School of Social Sciences, Newnham campus, and Rm A119, Cradle Coast campus

Book Launch | Tourism in Tasmania

A TRENd initiative, supported by the College of Arts, Law and Education and the Institute for the Study of Social Change.

Community  Hobart  Hobart Town Hall

December