Are you currently working in the tertiary education sector?
Do you have an interest in institutional research, planning and analysis?
This could well be the Association for YOU!
You are eligible for membership to AAIR if you have a minimum of two years appropriate professional experience in tertiary education institutional research, planning and analysis or equivalent experience in accordance with the AAIR Rules.
Membership to AAIR can be achieved in one of two ways:
Retired but still want your finger on the pulse?
Why not become a retired member of AAIR?
To be eligible to become a ‘Retired Member’, you must have held an AAIR membership for more than 10 years and be retired from the full-time workforce. Exceptions can be made at the discretion of the Committee. Your application to become a ‘Retired Member’ must be submitted using the membership form, and must be approved by the Committee.
A ‘Retired Member’ shall:
So, if you would like to keep your finger on the pulse and stay connected with AAIR, we’d love to remain friends with you!
Now, simply sit back, have a latte, and enjoy your continuing relationship with AAIR.
Life members are people who have rendered long, outstanding, meritorious and exceptional service as a Member to AAIR. They have aided AAIR in achieving its aims, or for any other commendable reason.
Honorary Life Members are people who have done meritorious work for or made a commendable gift, in money or goods, to AAIR.
Both life membership and honorary life membership are conferred by the AAIR Executive Committee, and upon recommendation from the AAIR Executive Committee to the AAIR membership at an AAIR AGM.
AAIR reserves a special category of membership to honorary members. The AAIR Executive Committee can proffer honorary membership to a prominent citizen from within Australasia or abroad who is visiting AAIR for some special occasion. Currently AAIR has no honorary members.
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