U Tas inquiry: critics pile on   

Submissions are released Tasmania’s Legislative Council inquiry into the administration and governance of the state’s university – there’s a scathing consistency

Common criticisms  in the 149 submissions include management style and practise and substantial change underway at U Tas in everything from lectures to re-location, both in Hobart and Launceston.

There are supportive submissions from present members of the university council’s in private capacities and business leaders. But not many.

VC Rufus Black said when the inquiry was announced, “we expect and welcome scrutiny and feedback,” – there’s a bunch he can respond to.

All submissions are HERE.