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The IRD's own Mary Duniam making headlines.
Led by our very own Dr Jen Evans
COURSE COMMENCES: A unique fully-accredited course designed and developed by the University of Tasmania to train volunteers of the 16th Australian Masters Games, is now officially underway.
What an awesome outcome for our region. Glad the our Bachelor of Regional Resource Management students played a part in this back in 2008.
WHAT A PERFECT DAY FOR A GOOD NEWS STORY!
This afternoon the State Government announced funding for the new Coastal Pathway between Cooee and Wynyard. The North... West Coastal Pathway project is an exciting project for the region and Waratah-Wynyard Council and Burnie City Council have been lobbying the State Government for many years regarding this section.
This project will result in the development of approx 25km of continuous coastal pathway and will provide numerous local benefits to local communities including health, tourism, recreation and economic benefits.
To read more about the project visit: http://www.burnie.net/…/Coastal-Pathway-Project-funding-ann…
From our colleagues at the Institute of Place Management
We are delighted to announce the first call for papers for the 2017 ANZALS conference to be held in Hobart, on Australia’s scenic southern Islan...d, from 4-7 December 2017.
The event will be hosted by the University of Tasmania through a collaboration between the Institute for Regional Development, the Tasmanian School of Business and Economics, the Faculty of Health and the Tourism Research and Education Network (TRENd).
The conference promises to deliver an outstanding academic and social program. The ANZALS 2017 theme is “Leisure as an agent for social change”. The Organising Committee welcomes papers, via a number of sub-themes:
• Health and leisure – Intersections, contestations and collaborations
• Sport and development: agent of change
• Cultural tourism
• Humans, animals, leisure and social change
• Tourism for social change
• Arts, leisure and social capital
• Leisure management
• Other topics that relate to the conference theme
Confirmed keynote speakers include Professor Simon Darcy, School of Management, University of Technology Sydney Business School; and Professor Can Seng Ooi, Professor of Cultural Tourism at the University of Tasmania. Other speaker announcements will be made in due course.
Abstracts are encouraged which address the sub-themes of the conference. Abstracts are due by 31 May 2017. Please send the abstracts to Hazel.Maxwell@utas.edu.au
Please follow the guidelines below when submitting your abstract:
• Abstracts should be 250-350 words,
• Use Arial 12,
• Provide the full title of paper as it will appear in the conference programme (In bold),
• Include a list of authors, First Name, Surname and Institutional affiliation (In italics),
• In the abstract main body, include the background (outline of the context and/or academic literature informing the research), your approach (indication of the broad theoretical orientation and/or methodological approach) and the significance of your research (description and application of the original research findings reported in the paper), and
• State which conference sub-theme the paper is aimed.
In addition please include a 150 word biography of the author/s intending to present at the conference
Further details on the conference and its theme can be found via this link on the ANZALS 2017 website: http://anzals.org.au/conferences
We hope to welcome you in Hobart, Australia in 2017.
Dr Clayton Hawkins and Dr Hazel Maxwell
Today University staff, colleges, industry and community representatives wished Associate Professor Robyn Eversole farewell. Many gathered to congratulate Robyn on her recent appointment as Professor of Social Impact at the Centre for Social Impact, Swinburne University.
Robyn has made a significant contribution to the University of Tasmania over the last 10 years in her roles within the Institute for Regional Development. We will all miss her and wish her all the best.
Congratulations Robyn on your appointment as Professor!
Congratulations to Dr Megerssa Tolessa Walo on the successful completion of his PhD. Megerssa received a double-A mark on his thesis 'Rural-urban linkages and local economic development in Nekemte and its surroundings, Oromia, Ethiopia.' A fantastic accomplishment - well done!
The Institute for Regional Development is delighted to congratulate all of the graduates at the 2016 Burnie Graduation Ceremony. See the photos on the Cradle Coast Campus Facebook Page.
A special congratulations to our new Regional Development PhDs, Dr Jen Evans and Dr Robin Krabbe, who graduated here in Burnie last week.
Congratulations to Dr Robin Krabbe! Robin's thesis 'Fostering Social Norms for Sustainability: A Comparison of Two Community Socioeconomic Initiatives' is a cutting-edge piece of work on future options for local economies. It includes case studies of community-led initiatives right here in North West Tasmania. Congratulations, Robin, and best wishes for your future work.
Due to high demand Productivity Improvers and the University of Tasmania are pleased to announce that the Paul Akers Lean Forum on March 3rd, 2017 will now be L...IVE STREAMED to campuses in Launceston and Hobart. Book your seat at these venues by joining the WAITLIST https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/paul-akers-lean-maniac-tasm…