These bears are stunning, majestic animals, certainly...but would you approach them in the wilderness? For one University of Tasmania #Science graduate, it's his job: [ Bit.ly Link ]

Find out about our Bachelor of Surveying and Spatial Sciences here: [ Bit.ly Link ] #weareutas #research #science #alumnus #spatialsciences #surveying
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University of Tasmania
University of Tasmania
04/23/2017 at 02:38. Facebook
From #Tasmania to the US, with a "great start" from the University of Tasmania!

Medical researcher and Menzies Institute for Medical Research alumnus Dr Clare Smith found her passion. Now she is investigating the role of genetics in tuberculosis. Read about her journey here: [ Bit.ly Link ] #weareutas #research #PhD
From Tasmania to the US with a "great start" from the University of Tasmania
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University of Tasmania
04/20/2017 at 20:30. Facebook
Don't forget to follow our Instagram account to see what it's like living and studying in one of the most beautiful states in Australia! Follow our Instagram here: [ Bit.ly Link ] Hashtag #utas, #weareutas or #universityoftasmania, and we will regram any great shots we see!

Image courtesy of Instagrammer @raindy_xiaoyu [ Bit.ly Link ] who was enjoying a lovely #autumn day in historic Ross.
Dont forget to follow our Instagram account to see what its like
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University of Tasmania
04/19/2017 at 19:00. Facebook
"My research lays the foundation for a deeper understanding of the immune system of the spotted hyena so that we can continue working towards answering the question: why don’t spotted hyenas get sick?"

Dr Andrew S. Flies, Postdoctoral Research Fellow in #Immunology at the University of Tasmania's Menzies Institute for Medical Research, outlines his fascinating hyena research for The...
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My research lays the foundation for a deeper understanding of the immune
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Think seaweed and volcanoes have no connection? Think again!
Research led by Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies' (IMAS) Dr Christopher Cornwall at volcanic vents in the Mediterranean Sea is helping scientists to understand how ocean acidification will affect different species of macroalgae (seaweed) in the future: [ Bit.ly Link ]

Keen to dive into some of your own research? Begin...
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“I enjoyed the freedom to be able to build degrees to match what I really loved, and fairly small class sizes. I was working fairly closely with the criminology staff, who went on to become my supervisors and colleagues." Alumnus Dr Hannah Graham originally wasn't sure what to study at Uni...now she's advising the EU on #criminology! [ Bit.ly Link ]

Apply now for our Bachelor of Justice...
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I enjoyed the freedom to be able to build degrees to match
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The obvious impact of #climate change is to the environment...but did you know there is also the issue of increased criminality? Find out more from University of Tasmania #Criminology expert Professor Rob White: [ Bit.ly Link ]

Keen to delve deeper into these issues? Our NEW Bachelor of Justice Studies with Honours majoring in Criminology, is offered on-campus in Hobart and Launceston AND...
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The obvious impact of climate change is to the environmentbut did you
“What is really exciting about our discovery is that we now know of a gene that regulates sex by hormone perception... and that it has done this for a very long time, at least 370 million years, from when our ancestors were still fish.” Read more about these researchers' amazing discoveries about the secret sex life of plants: [ Bit.ly Link ]

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"I thoroughly enjoyed working in the #media, but thought I would up-skill more and enrolled in a Master of #Marketing #Management." For Mark Acheson, the course was a great way to up-skill, with hands-on work placement: [ Bit.ly Link ]

Make it your business to succeed. Study #Business with the University of Tasmania: [ Bit.ly Link ] #weareutas
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"You can do a lot of work and study via the internet which means that learning is far more flexible, so that other commitments like part time work or family don’t have to suffer." It's never too late to change careers! Kevin went from teaching to studying Pharmacy: [ Bit.ly Link ]

Interested in studying Pharmacy? Apply now to start your degree in Semester 2: [ Bit.ly Link ] #weareutas...
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You can do a lot of work and study via the internet
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Are you thinking about changing careers? Maybe you're keen to learn something new? Or maybe you want to update your skills for your current job? Here's 7 reasons to return to study, from 7 people who’ve done it! [ Bit.ly Link ]

Ask us now about applying for study, or get in touch to chat about your options: [ Bit.ly Link ] #weareutas
Are you thinking about changing careers Maybe youre keen to learn something
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Book clubs are, and for centuries have been, popular cultural activities both for the entertainment they give their members and for the way they provide a space of discussion and reflection. In this lecture Dr Robert Clarke considers some of the intriguing insights emerging from research on book clubs and ‘social reading’. If you belong to a book club, always wanted to join one, or if you are...
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In under seven years, Australian Maritime College postgraduate student Til Baalisampang has gone from struggling to survive in a #refugee camp, to being selected for a program for future leaders in the energy industry: [ Bit.ly Link ] #weareutas
In under seven years Australian Maritime College postgraduate student Til Baalisampang has
Did you know the QS Rankings by Subject for 2017 put our #Earth #Sciences offerings in the top 50 worldwide?Here's one of our favourite Earth Sciences stories that shows why studying and researching #Geology truly rocks! Read it here: [ Bit.ly Link ] #science #weareutas

Find out more about studying #Science here at the University of Tasmania: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Did you know the QS Rankings by Subject for 2017 put our
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"These scholarships rest at the heart of a set of values which are deeply embedded at the University of Tasmania." (Vice-Chancellor Professor Peter Rathjen.)

Young people seeking #asylum in #Tasmania from some of the most troubled parts of the world have been granted new University of Tasmania scholarships, giving them access to the transformative power of #education: [ Bit.ly Link ] #weareutas
These scholarships rest at the heart of a set of values which
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Are Australians less kind or compassionate than they used to be? What is the cause of this moral decline? Or does it even exist? In this lecture, sociologist Dr Nicholas Hookway presents his national research on kindness in Australia, suggesting there’s enough reason to question the conventional wisdom around moral decline. This lecture will appeal to anyone interested in understanding social...
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Is Australia a Kind Nation?

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"We are uniquely placed here in Tasmania; surrounded by the Indian and Pacific Oceans, we are a gateway to the Southern Ocean and Antarctica." (Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Research, Professor Brigid Heywood ).

New international rankings have rated the University of Tasmania amongst the top ten in the world in three key subjects. The University ranked fourth in the world for Marine and Freshwater...
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We are uniquely placed here in Tasmania surrounded by the Indian and
From fish to forests, conflicts to coffee....

A new international study led by scientists from the University of Tasmania's Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies and the University’s Centre for Marine Socioecology has highlighted how humans are being affected by climate-driven changes in the distribution of land, marine and freshwater species around the world: [ Bit.ly Link ] #weareutas...
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From fish to forests conflicts to coffee
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Is there anything wrong with forming critical judgements about practices in other societies? The English philosopher Mary Midgley thinks we have to be careful to avoid a kind of moral isolationism that can seem tempting when we consider this question. In this lecture, Dr James Chase outlines and examines her argument. Suitable for those interested in the tangled boundary between ethics and...
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Judging Others, or, ‘On Trying Out One’s New Sword

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Riak Ngor-Apuol has just returned from an amazing six-month study exchange in Mexico. As the 2016 recipient of the University’s Soren Nielsen Travelling Scholarship in Engineering, Riak said he's thankful for the "massive opportunity." Riak originally came to Tasmania as a refugee from South Sudan, East Africa. Inspired by his engineer cousin, Riak studied a five year combined degree in...
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Riak NgorApuol has just returned from an amazing sixmonth study exchange in
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