Collection of UTAS graduation ceremonies booklets and DVDs. Graduation ceremonies are held twice a year in August and December. DVDs, Ambassador Productions Pty. Ltd. held from 2008-2013 ; & 2013-2015 imperfect. Earlier publications held at Graduation ceremonies / University of Tasmania, University Centre- Steps Store - Journal - LG 715 .H6 T32 - 1982-1992
Collection consists of UTAS publications : • 1994 communications directory • 1995-96 communications directory • 1997 telephone directory • August 2002 telephone directory • Restructuring of Information Technology Services. 13 December 1995 1998 Australian Awards for University Teaching , awarded to Arthur Sale • Service level definitions. 12 May 1998 • The service of IT. August 1998 • Networking. 1991
Manuscripts of papers not held by UTAS Library or listed on Libraries Australia: • Multiple definitions of and approaches to a complex problem I Joan Abbott-Chapman, Phillip Hughes, Colin Wyld. July 1990. • From effectiveness and efficiency to excellence: a giant step for education I Phillip Hughes. 1990. • Towards equity and excellence: final conclusions and recommendations ... I Joan Abbott-Chapman, Phillip Hughes, Colin Wyld. December 1990. [Held at one library only. See Libraries Australia record 8193061] • The Students at Risk Program (STAR Program): an evaluation of projects in Tasmanian Schools. Report 1 I Joan Abbott-Chapman, Carol Patterson. December 1990.
Congratulatory Addresses for the University's Centenary in 1990, mostly illuminated and mounted, from universities in Australia and New Zealand and also from the Association of Commonwealth Universities and the Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada.
Documents comprise PDF images of the document collections compiled by W M Bush and as published by Oceana between 1982 and 2003 in "Antarctica and International Law: A Collection of Inter-State and National Documents" (volumes I-IV, and binders I-IV). The volumes provide the text (or extracts) of relevant documents, along with annotations, cross references and indexes. These are reproduced by permission of Oxford University Press, USA. Images of the originals of documents are provided in other series.
Documents relevant to the conservation of Antarctic marine living resources, such as krill and fish. Includes documents relevant to the Convention on the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources 1980, including negotiation of the Convention through the Second Special Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting. Some of the documents are reproduced in, or referred to in, W M Bush, "Antarctic and International Law: a Collection of Inter-state and National Documents" (volumes I-IV, and binders I-IV).
Collection consists of miscellaneous photographs used in various UTAS news publications such as Infocus, Graduate News, Interim. Plus various other news events including the Royal visit from Prince Charles in 1974.
Documents generated in connection with the Special Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meetings (SATCM). Includes papers generated in connection with a SATCM and reports of the meetings which generally relate to the use of natural resources or claims by states to have achieved Antarctic Treaty Consultative Party status. Many of the documents are reproduced or referred to in W M Bush, "Antarctic and International Law: a Collection of Inter-state and National Documents" (volumes I-IV, and binders I-IV).
Collection of colured slides produced by the Fine Art Committee of various exhibitions organised by them . "Tom Roberts and his Circle" an exhibition of works by painters of the Heidelberg School, 24th June - 9th July 1969, Penny Smith "Clay Forms" 1974 and other unnamed exhibitions.
Collection of black and white photographs of the staff, students and equipment at the Medical Sciences Building taken c.1974. Some photographs named. Identification photographs of medical students, named 1966 to 1977
Collection of School of Medicine files (1966-1981) containing newspaper clippings, class/graduation photographs (1984,1985,1987,1988), staff lists, job advertisements, seminar information, questionnaires.
Scrapbooks containing cuttings from newspapers (mainly Tasmanian) relating to the University of Tasmania from the late 1970's these include any mention of the University in Tasmanian, including brief references to former students, advertisements for functions in the University Centre and some general articles relating to education. There are none between 1918-1932.
Documents generated in connection with Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meetings (ATCM). Includes papers generated for discussion at the ATCM and reports of the meetings. Many of the documents are reproduced in, or referred to in, W M Bush, "Antarctic and International Law: a Collection of Inter-state and National Documents" (volumes I-IV, and binders I-IV).
Films of University buildings and activities made at various times and held by Photographic Section or Academic Departments and donated to the Centenary Committee for the Centenary history. Some films include items from news reels donated by the A.B .C. Some show the progress of building work on the Sandy Bay site and the opening ceremonies. The dates of occupation of University buildings were: V.C.'s Lodge December 1958; Union March 1959 (building done in stages); Hytten Hall March 1959; Engineering workshops March 1959 and main building August 1960; Library February 1961; Chemistry February 1961; Arts July 1962; Geology & Geography November 1962; Life Sciences building work began 1963. The temporary Administration building, later converted to Staff Flats, was first occupied in March 1957. The transfer of departments from the Domain was completed in November 1962. The removal of the temporary huts at Sandy Bay was begun December 1962 when the Geology huts were sold (see Gazette May 1959, June 1962, Annual Report 1962,1966). An opening ceremony was held on 16 May 1959 when the Premier, Hon. Eric E. Reece, officially opened the Union, the Engineering Laboratory block and Hytten Hall. The ceremony commenced in the Engineering building at 3pm. On 31 March 1962 His Excellency the Governor of Tasmanian, Lord Rowallan, opened the Chemistry and Library buildings, followed by tea in the Union.
Video recordings of interviews with former staff etc made by or for the Centenary Committee. Also a copy of unedited material relating to the University shot by the A.B.C. and purchased by the Committee. Recordings were made either on U-matic video cassettes or on 1 inch video tape on reels
Collection consists of various black and white photographic views of the interior and of the staff of the University of Tasmania Library at Domain House, Hobart also at the Morris Miller Library, Sandy Bay