As part of the progressive implementation of the University’s Sustainable Transport Strategy (STS), the latest Metro bus shelter for the Sandy Bay campus has been delivered over recent weeks.
Accommodation Services residents played for a championship of their own last weekend, with participants coming from across the state to compete for the 2014 Accommodation Services Cup at the Sandy Bay campus on 20 September.
Works are set to commence on the Centenary Building on the Sandy Bay campus, which will mean some areas surrounding the building will be cordoned off and public access restricted.
The long awaited Inveresk bike hub is now complete and operational, providing a great facility for University students, staff and visitors commuting to work and study with their own pedal power.
It has started. Construction of the 40 National Rental Affordability Scheme apartments, and development of the University footprint, on the West Park site has commenced.
As part of the Centrally Managed Learning Space (CMLS) upgrade program, an exciting student hub space is planned for the Sandy Bay Uni Centre in time for the start of the 2015 academic year.
More great news for the University’s IMAS building on the Hobart waterfront, with the development walking away from the recent Australian Property Institute (Tasmanian Division) Awards with two top prizes.
Unigym has, for a second year running, achieved Gold Award status from Fitness Australia in the annual Australian Health and Fitness Industry Quality Awards.
As the results of recent storms across the state have shown necessary, campus-wide tree condition assessments are currently being carried out at the Sandy Bay and Newnham campuses with a view to identifying potential safety hazards.
Congratulations to the University Apartments who have come away triumphant in the recent Sandy Bay Kill-a-Watt challenge.