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Prof. Daryl Le Grew

President

University of Tasmania

HQ Phone: +61 3 6226 2438

University of Tasmania

Private Bag 1

Hobart, Tasmania 7001

Australia

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Employment History

Dean, Professor
The Melbourne School of Design

Vice Chancellor
Canterbury Christ Church University

Affiliations

Professor
The University of Melbourne

Vice Chancellor Fellow
Monash University

Honorary Doctor
Letters

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First Meeting

www.iai.utas.edu.au, $reference.date [cached]

Daryl Le Grew, vice-chancellor and principal of the University of Tasmania co-chaired some of the sessions.


ULSF | University Leaders For A Sustainable Future | PROGRAMS & SERVICES | Talloires Declaration

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University of Tasmania, Sandy Bay, Tasmania; Professor Daryl Le Grew, Vice Chancellor and President; 21 October 2009 University of Technology, Sydney


Menzies Research Institute Tasmania - Prime Minister visits Medical Science 1

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UTAS Vice-Chancellor Professor Daryl Le Grew today welcomed Prime Minister Kevin Rudd to the architecturally-stunning $58 million Medical Science 1 building.

...
Prof Le Grew said the new Medical Science Precinct is an important development not just for the University but also for Hobart and the State as a whole.
"This is a state-of-the-art development that puts Tasmania in the lead in terms of providing facilities for medical research and education," he said.
"MS1 is the new base for the Menzies Research Institute and the Faculty of Health Science's School of Medicine.
"We are co-locating for the first time our medical research and education, which will enable the highest levels of collaboration between our health professionals."
Prof Le Grew said MS1 will soon be augmented by stage two of the development, which will see the $90 million Medical Science 2 building erected by the end of 2012.
Prof Le Grew said neither development would be possible without the support and financial contribution of the Australian Government, the State Government and the US-based Atlantic Philanthropies.
"For this first stage, UTAS has received funding support of $23.5 million from the Australian Government, $9 million from the State Government and $7.5 million from the US-based Atlantic Philanthropies," he said.


Menzies Research Institute Tasmania - Prime Minister visits Medical Science 1

menzies.utas.edu.au, $reference.date [cached]

UTAS Vice-Chancellor Professor Daryl Le Grew today welcomed Prime Minister Kevin Rudd to the architecturally-stunning $58 million Medical Science 1 building.

...
Prof Le Grew said the new Medical Science Precinct is an important development not just for the University but also for Hobart and the State as a whole.
"This is a state-of-the-art development that puts Tasmania in the lead in terms of providing facilities for medical research and education," he said.
"MS1 is the new base for the Menzies Research Institute and the Faculty of Health Science's School of Medicine.
"We are co-locating for the first time our medical research and education, which will enable the highest levels of collaboration between our health professionals."
Prof Le Grew said MS1 will soon be augmented by stage two of the development, which will see the $90 million Medical Science 2 building erected by the end of 2012.
Prof Le Grew said neither development would be possible without the support and financial contribution of the Australian Government, the State Government and the US-based Atlantic Philanthropies.
"For this first stage, UTAS has received funding support of $23.5 million from the Australian Government, $9 million from the State Government and $7.5 million from the US-based Atlantic Philanthropies," he said.


Former Vice Chancellor of the ...

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Former Vice Chancellor of the University of Tasmania, Daryl Le Grew, has called for a national education strategy.

In his article, published in The Australian, Le Grew suggests the government's university-centric policy ignores future needs for a technical and highly-skilled Australian workforce.
He says that university standards are falling due to the government's uncapped places policy, which encourages universities to accept students "regardless of their capacity to engage in academic study".
"The country desperately needs a national strategy to replace its outdated industrial base with a raft of smart new industrial enterprise, based on advanced technologies and different skills to those presently available," writes Le Grew.

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