Staff Achievements

July 25, 2014

New Role for Professor Harrison

  Professor Mark Harrison, Principal Consultant to the Centre, has this week been appointed Principal of Jane Franklin Hall at the University of Tasmania. Jane Franklin Hall is a residential College for undergraduate students and is affiliated both with the University and the Tasmanian Council of Churches. Mark will take up the appointment, which is for an initial period of […]
February 20, 2014

Semester 2, 2013 CCES Medal Winner

Our Medal winner for Semester 2, 2013 is Dadria Smith. Throughout her studies she maintained a GPA of 6.50 in the double degree Master of International Customs Law and Administration and Master of International Revenue Administration. Dadria was an extremely dedicated and conscientious student who took a lot of pride in her studies.  Her academic achievements continually impressed her tutors […]
February 20, 2014

CCES Professor Becomes Visiting Fellow at UTAS

Many of our alumni will have studied under Adjunct Professor Mark Harrison.  Mark as been resident in Tasmania for the last four years. In that time he has become a visiting Fellow at Jane Franklin Hall, a residential College for undergraduates at the University of Tasmania in Hobart. Mark has recently been elected Senior Fellow at the College and Member […]
October 22, 2013

CAN AN ACT OF PIRACY BE COMMITTED AGAINST AN OFFSHORE PETROLEUM INSTALLATION?

30 crewmates from the Greenpeace ship Arctic Sunrise are locked in a Russian jail with no release in sight, facing fifteen years in prison on trumped up charges of piracy. Their crime? Hanging a banner on a Russian oil rig to protest dangerous deep water drilling in one of the earth’s most beautiful and fragile places. CCES’s expert on offshore petroleum, Dr Mikhail Kashubsky, recently […]
September 20, 2013

SRI LANKA FUNDRAISING

This year, CCES has engaged in a Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR ) to assist a Sri Lankan family to build a new home. We have held various fundraising functions throughout the year including curry lunches, curry dinners, and garage sales. Over the course of the last eight months, we have managed to raise a total of $4600 AUD, which is […]
August 15, 2013

MICHAEL NIELSEN – RETIREMENT

CCES extends its congratulation to Michael Nielsen who retired on 19 July 2013 after a career of over 30 years with the Australian Taxation Office.  Many of our alumni will know Michael from his student days with us when he completed the Master of International Revenue Administration and more recently as the Unit Convener for our postgraduate unit in Direct […]
July 4, 2013

GLOBAL CORPORATE CHALLENGE 2013

The CCES team are currently ranked 8768 out of more than 37,000 teams registered worldwide in the 2013 Global Corporate Challenge which started on 23rd May 2013. The team collectively averages around 12,600 steps each day, whilst the team captain, Mr Athol Gardiner, averages 20,000 steps per day on his own. We are slowly moving up the ranks and are […]
December 18, 2012

Congratulations to Our New CCES Doctor!

This month CCES Senior Lecturer and Head of INCU Secretariat, (now Dr) Mikhail Kashubsky, graduated with a Doctor of Philosophy (Law), which he completed at the Australian National Centre for Ocean Resources and Security (ANCORS), University of Wollongong. Mikhail’s PhD thesis is entitled “Offshore Petroleum Security: Analysis of Offshore Security Threats, Target Attractiveness, and the International Legal Framework for the […]
December 13, 2012

Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning

  Adjunct Professor Mark Harrison was awarded a 2012 UC CItation for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning. The Selection Committee for the award was impressed by Mark’s ability to take professional knowledge into an academic environment in a way that motivates and inspires other professionals. Mark teaches International Customs Law, GATT/WTO Law and International Air Law and has recently worked […]