Presented by Dr Nicholas Hope AM.
Three graduates from the UTAS School of Architecture and Design have featured in the Design Institute of Australia’s Vic/Tas Graduate of the Year Awards held in Melbourne on Thursday (March 21).
UTAS students and graduates featured prominently in the annual Southern Cross Young Achiever Awards, with eight nominees winning for their category.
Mike, together with his wife Jenny and son Joshua, was an alumnus of the University of Tasmania.
Achievements of Don Challen and Nicholas Hope celebrated at Foundation dinner in Hobart
Ten emergency bursaries have been awarded to assist UTAS students recently affected by the bushfires.
The importance of a friendly face and a recommendation of where to find good coffee whilst on a rural placement cannot be understated, according to Caroline Bertrand, a recent UTAS Clinical Psychology graduate
Marnie Hughes-Warrington bestowed with the UTAS Foundation Graduate Award for 2013
Graduating from UTAS with a BA/LLB Hons in 2008 and completing her Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice in 2009, Rikki was admitted to the Legal Profession in Tasmania in 2009.
Eight alumni have been honoured in this year’s Australia Day Awards.
A/Prof. Michael Breadmore is an Australian Research Council QEII fellow in the Australian Centre for Research on Separation Science (ACROSS) at the School of Chemistry, University of Tasmania.
Amanda Lohrey (BA Hons 1968), novelist, short story writer, essayist and former academic, is the winner of the Patrick White Literary Award for 2012, worth $23,000.
Chancellor Damian Bugg, past-president of John Fisher College, reminisces at the reunion dinner held on 24 November 2012.
UTAS Alumni Chair, Dr Ashley Townsend (pictured here) welcomed UTAS alumni and friends to the AGM at the University Club on 15 November and delivered a comprehensive report of our year’s activities.
Ben Hunn, 24, is the 2013 Tasmanian Rhodes Scholar
$10,000 grant tops of a year of awards for education initiative.
A dynamic new shelving design by UTAS lecturer Matt Prince (AssocDegFurnDes 2008, BEnvDes 2010) will be launched for national sale this month – and it’s being made in Tasmania.
UTAS Faculty of Law academic, Associate Professor Rick Snell, recently lent his Freedom of Information (FOI) expertise to the Government of Tonga.
The University of Tasmania has conferred an honorary degree to Nobel laureate Professor Elizabeth Blackburn.
Half a dozen alumni were listed in the 2012 Queen’s Birthday Honours.
Authorised by the Director of Advancement
8 December, 2011