It is with some sadness that I must report changes to the Executive Committee over the last month. David Carroll from Monash University has had to step down from the committee. I know it wasn’t an easy decision for him and he will be missed. He has made a big contribution to AAIR over the years and I hope that he will continue to be involved in other ways.
Having said that, I am very pleased to say that Eva Seidel, Data Scientist at Flinders University, has agreed to step in for David. Many of you will know of Eva from her insightful presentations at previous AAIR forums (and watch for her in Hobart in November as well). Eva has picked up the Sales, Marketing and Promotional Materials portfolio for AAIR.
Please join me in welcoming Eva to the Executive Committee.
Speaking of Hobart, I hope you have all managed to register for the 2019 AAIR Annual Forum in Hobart from 11 to 13 November. The full programme is now available for all to view. I am definitely attending as the programme seems fantastic both in terms of presentations and for the social and networking events. Importantly for some, there will be an update on TCSI from the Department of Education and Training on the Monday that will be useful for many attendees. So, I suggest that if you haven’t yet registered that you check out the programme and secure your place today!
Another upcoming event that may be of interest to some of you is the 4th Annual TEQSA Conference that will be held in Melbourne from 27 to 29 November. The theme for this year is Partnerships Driving Quality. The conference will focus on ways in which providers can collaborate with industry, professional accreditation bodies and regulatory authorities, to benefit students, the higher education sector, and Australian education.
See you in Hobart in:
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Acting AAIR President
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