The University hosted an Appreciative Inquiry summit on 27-28 November 2019 at Mac02 on the Hobart waterfront, bringing together 189 students, staff, business, community, industry and government representatives to help build a vision for the future of the southern campus in Hobart.
Appreciative Inquiry is a strengths-based method of inquiry, which is designed to bring people together around what they share. The process will help us create a shared vision for the city, and help the University define what it will look like when we get it right. The full responses to these issues will be addressed in the more detailed planning as the project develops.
Here, you can read about what happened on Day 1 and Day 2 of the summit; watch a short video about it; see the six principles which emerged; browse the gallery of images; explore the eight key themes participants explored; and provide feedback/register your interest to inform our master planning process and keep up to date with project developments.