Hours: Tuesday 10am – 2pm | Wednesday 10am – 1.30pm
uniHUB is an initiative supported by Claremont College, the Tasmanian Department of Education, and the University of Tasmania. It is the only one of its kind in the south of the state and was established to provide Claremont College students (and associated schools) easy access to the University of Tasmania. Students studying at Claremont College (and associate schools) can drop in and get advice in relation to all matters relating to higher education.
Dr Jo Ingram is available in the uniHUB a couple of times a week to:
• Assist students navigate through the many options available at university and to find a course that is the right fit for their aspirations/passions.
• Provide information in relation to entry requirements and course pre-requisites, university pathways and alternative entry, and student life.
• Provide study assistance and guidance regarding academic skill development.
• Assist students with their applications to university.
• Arrange and host guest speakers and information sessions about specific topics to assist students to map out future pathways/options.
• Arrange taster sessions and visits to UTAS campuses.
Parents/guardians are welcome to access the resources of the uniHUB. If you would like to talk to the uniHUB coordinator about university pathways for your child(ren) and/or yourself please do not hesitate to contact Jo via email (Jo.Ingram@utas.edu.au) to arrange a time to chat (via telephone or video call).
Parents/guardians may also like to refer to the University of Tasmania’s ‘Information for parents’ webpage which covers:
- Why should my child go to university
- What programs are available for high achieving students
- How do year 12s qualify for study at the University of Tasmania
EXCELLENCE THROUGH EXPERIENCE
DR JO INGRAM
Jo has had a varied career both inside and outside the University of Tasmania. Prior to joining the University, Jo spent several years employed within both the public and charity sectors, including as a Training Manager for a leading UK charity in London.
Upon returning to Tasmania, Jo returned to study, achieving a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in 2008 and Doctor of Philosophy (Asian Studies) in 2014. As well as study, Jo has also performed various roles at the University since 2008, including Asian Studies lecturer, coordinating and teaching in several units within the Asian Studies discipline (School of Humanities).
Whether training and developing staff in an organisation, or teaching within a university there has been a common theme running through Jo’s career – education and life-long learning. Jo moved into school engagement roles at the Univeristy in 2018 and currently performs two roles in this space: uniHUB Coordinator – Claremont College and College Engagement Facilitator, Future Students Division. These roles see Jo continuing a path of assisting young people on their learning journey; something she feels very privileged to be a part of.
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