A Brief History of AAIR
Awards Honorary Life Membership to Ken Doyle
Ken Doyle is awarded Honorary Life Membership in recognition of his contributions to AAIR.
Launches first website
Around 1996, the first AAIR website is launched. It is initially developed and housed at Flinders University. The earliest archived copy available is from 29 October, 2001.
Awards Life Membership to Raj Sharma
Raj Sharma, the founder of AAIR, is awarded Life Membership for his contributions to AAIR. Raj was AAIR's inaugural President serving two terms from 1990 until 1994.
Approves Code of Ethics
The Code of Ethics is adopted by the membership at the 1994 Annual General Meeting.
Publishes first edition of ‘A Primer on Institutional Research in Australasia’
Publishes first edition of the JIRA
Volume 1, Number 1 of the Journal of Institutional Research in Australasia (JIRA) is published with the majority of peer reviewed articles being papers presented at the AAIR Annual Forum held in Melbourne in October 1991.
The first AAIR Forum is held
The first AAIR Forum is held at the Central Queensland University (CQU) in Rockhampton.