Works are about to get underway to install new glass sliding doors for the Engineering building at Sandy Bay.
Work has commenced on a major project to upgrade and update signage at major University locations state-wide. This project is being undertaken to upgrade the signage on prominent buildings in line with the revised University brand and with a view to promoting the University’s presence in our cities.
Tasmanian firm Mercury Walch will provide for the University’s printing needs when Uniprint closes at the end of June, 2017.
As part of longer term plans to consolidate functions to the Sandy Bay middle campus and improve access to services and amenities, the Riawunna Centre for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Higher Education has relocated to newly refurbished facilities in the Social Sciences Building.
Calling all coffee enthusiasts: Chartwells, our campus caterer, is running a couple of coffee-related promotions during May. Keep-cup promotion Purchase a keep-cup on campus during May and receive one free coffee and home-made cookie. You’ll also get 20 cents off the price of your coffee each time you use your keep-cup to purchase coffee on campus. This […]
There will be temporary road closures on the Southern Outlet from 29 March until mid April, and the Huon Highway from 28-31 March, weather permitting. The Department of State Growth has advised that motorists travelling to the Sandy Bay or city campuses from the south during the times detailed below should allow extra travel time for […]
If you’re a student or staff member at the University, you’re invited to take part in the University’s travel behaviour survey. Survey respondents can enter the draw to win great prizes!
On Wednesday 5 April we’re celebrating sustainable forms of transport by hosting a free ride-to-campus breakfast between 8am and 10am at the Bike Hub (opposite the Engineering Building), Dobson Road, Sandy Bay campus.
Help us keep our university looking clean, tidy and professional. Posters placed randomly on walls and windows around campus not only look untidy but they can cause damage to paintwork, or leave unsightly residues when they are removed.
CSD will be holding staff information sessions across all Tasmanian-based campuses during the week commencing 27 March.