By Adam Langenberg THE University of Tasmania needs to continue to play an active role in community debates about economic development and education, according to its inaugural Vice-Chancellor’s Fellow, economist Saul […]
Inaugural uni role to Eslake By Loretta Lohberger Economist Saul Eslake has returned to his alma mater to be named the University of Tasmania’s inaugural vice-chancellor’s fellow. Vice-chancellor Peter Rathjen […]
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ISC Affiliated Researcher Associate Professor Martin Grimmer now a Fellow of ANZAM Associate Professor Martin Grimmer has been elected as a Fellow of the Australian and New Zealand Academy of […]
By Brendan Churchill and Lisa Denny in The Conversation Young people have missed out at the expense older workers and migrants in the job market, according to new research on […]
By Charis Chang YOUNG people have been suspicious for years that they are being screwed over but now there’s proof that they genuinely are. New research on youth unemployment has found […]
Tracking tourists a goldmine for Tassie By Andrew Leeson | AAP | 8 April 2016 Tagging and releasing has long been used in animal studies but a Tasmanian university is […]
Tracking app to gather data from tourists visiting Tasmania By Peta Carlyon PHOTO: Tourists who sign up to the project will get the use of free mobile data during their […]