To allow for the installation of a new transformer, a select number of locations on the Sandy Bay campus will be without power for most of the day on Tuesday 7 April 2015.
It continues to be a period of progressive completions and openings for Newnham, with the new staff lounge, retail shop and the existing Student Centre building all complete and handed to their respective occupants, and works to revitalise Queen Elizabeth Walk (QEW) approaching their conclusion.
While the new Sandy Bay student lounge has been open since the first day of semester one, a formal launch and a steady stream of students keen to drop their bags and grab a seat has seen the new space well and truly make its mark on campus.
If you’ve passed by the University’s NRAS Melville Street site recently, you’d be forgiven for thinking you had stumbled across some sort of archaeological dig. And that’s because that’s precisely what it is.
All University students and staff have been emailed an invitation to participate in the University of Tasmania Travel Behaviour Survey 2015. Just click on the link in the email invitation to complete the 10-minute survey. Survey participants can enter the draw to win a $150 voucher. The survey is open until 29 March.
Caltex fuel cards will replace BP fuel cards in all UTAS vehicles over the next fortnight.
Construction works on the $6.5M government and industry-funded Experimental Aquaculture Facility (EAF) at Taroona, which is managed by the Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies (IMAS), are well underway.
The new staff lounge on the Newnham campus, “The Grove”, opened its doors for the first time on Tuesday 10 March.
On Wednesday 4 March, over 230 people came together to mark the beginning of another year as residents and students of the University at the 2015 Accommodation Services Commencement Dinner.