Tas Div

Welcome to the NTEU Tasmanian Division

Read about the people who organise the Division, the latest news, current issues, and the benefits of membership.

The National Tertiary Education Union represents General and Academic Staff at the University of Tasmania. The Union is a party to the bargaining Agreements that cover all General, Academic and English Language Centre Staff, and offers advice to members about pay and conditions. The Union is active in pursuing professional and intellectual issues in higher education, as well as in protecting the rights and interests of its members.


Division News

    1. Little shift in gender disparity in higher ed

      There has been little shift for some time in the gender disparity in higher education careers and studies. In some areas...

    2. Education cuts community forums - what parents must know

      Quality education is the best investment we can make in our children’s future. The nations with the best education...

    3. Agenda 2014 out now

      The 2014 edition of Agenda, NTEU's women's journal, is now available online. Mailout of hardcopy to members will begin on 10...

    4. Why the government's higher education policies must be opposed

      The Minister for Education, Christopher Pyne, is expected to introduce legislation in the week commencing Monday 25 August...

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Other News

  1. Little shift in gender disparity in higher ed

    Posted 16 September 2014 by Jeannie Rea (Women)

  2. Education cuts community forums - what parents must know

    Posted 8 September 2014 by Courtney Sloane (NTEU National Office)

  3. Agenda 2014 out now

    Posted 5 September 2014 by Jeannie Rea (NTEU National Office)

  4. edXpress #17 (Sept 2014) out now

    Posted 3 September 2014 by Paul Clifton (NTEU National Office)

  5. eYarn - August 2014 edition

    Posted 28 August 2014 by Celeste Liddle (Indigenous)

  6. If you are a Kiwi in Australia you can vote in the NZ Election

    Posted 26 August 2014 by Grahame McCulloch (NTEU National Office)

  7. Why the government's higher education policies must be opposed

    Posted 21 August 2014 by Paul Kniest (NTEU National Office)