A series of Social Sciences seminars has kicked off for 2018, with the aim of sharing ideas among University of Tasmania colleagues and the wider community.
The seminars on Fridays at 3pm in the Social Sciences building on the Sandy Bay campus are being organised by Roberta Julian, Associate Head, Research at the College of Arts, Law and Education and director of the Tasmanian Institute of Law Enforcement Studies (TILES).
Professor Julian is encouraging researchers, staff and students to get involved.
“The Social Sciences Seminars are intended to be informal, work-in-progress roundtables to generate discussion among colleagues in the School – and others you would like to invite,” Professor Julian said.
This Friday’s seminar topic is Law Enforcement and Public Health in Tasmania: is Collective Impact a viable pathway for collaboration?
It will be held in the Social Sciences building Room 322 and will be followed by drinks in the Level 4 tea room at 4.00pm.
Any offers/suggestions for future seminars/workshops/roundtables at this time on Fridays are welcome. Please email Roberta Julian.
The seminar series is presented by the School of Social Sciences and Institute for the Study of Social Change.