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Alumni eNews March 2020
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Professor David Bowman

Bushfire expert was the ‘voice of scientific reason’ during crisis

As the scale of Australia’s bushfires hit home, a stunned nation went searching for answers. Journalists had one scientist's number on speed dial.

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Course changes underway at the University of Tasmania

Redesigned course structure to improve student experience and reduce complexity.

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Naarah Barnes

Naarah Barnes hits career high note, starring in hit musical

Talented Tasmanian-born singer will embark on a national tour after being named in the cast of The Sapphires.

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Matthew Fielding

Scientists take to the skies with animal scats

Emusing airline staff with unusual checked baggage is all in the name of science.

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Alumni and staff singled out for excellence in storytelling

Looking to expand your knowledge of Tasmania’s rich and diverse history? Here are nine captivating books recognised by a prestigious book prize.

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Shedding light on mysterious underwater volcanic eruptions

Volcanologists' incredible efforts to investigate massive explosions reaps large reward.

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Engineering legacy

The legacy of a pioneering engineer endures

For two decades, students have been given a unique opportunity to follow in the footsteps of one of Tasmania’s most successful engineers.

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Royal Flying Doctors

Aspiring doctors flying high after outback experience

Three University of Tasmania medical students awarded Royal Flying Doctors Service Scholarships.

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Cale Barrett
Bachelor of Education 2019

Perfecting your cue grip is easy when the family business means an eightball table is always within reach. Inside the mindset of a professional athlete, who somehow found time to pursue his passion for teaching.

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Professor Jim Cavaye

Of and for Tasmania...

Professor Jim Cavaye, Pro Vice-Chancellor, invites alumni and friends to a networking evening, featuring a selection of brief presentations on a range of topical and regional issues.

Thursday, 26 March 2020
5.30pm - 7.00pm

Room D201, Cradle Coast Campus
16-20 Mooreville Rd, Burnie

Register here

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