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Becoming a member of the Council of Deans of Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities

  • People that hold senior positions of responsibility for Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities in the relevant faculties or their equivalents in each university member in Australia and New Zealand are encouraged to join.
  • Each university in Australia and New Zealand is eligible to be a member of DASSH.
  • Members of the Council of DASSH are financial member universities.
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DASSH members

DASSH has 43 member institutions across Australia and New Zealand.

The Deans of Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities:

  • Exert strong leadership in the strategic development of their universities.
  • Lead their faculties, deploying resources, developing structures and ensuring efficient functionality.
  • Extend their leadership into the wider community, nationally and internationally.
  • Are respected amongst their peers and the community.
  • Are recognised and rewarded for their work and contribution to leadership in research and education
  • Influence a wide variety of issues and policies.

Benefits of DASSH membership include:

  • Advocacy on issues of learning and teaching and research in universities.
  • A network of Deans and professional colleagues enabling you to share experiences and resources through professional development and collegial opportunities.
  • Provision for Associate Deans (International), Associate Deans (Learning and Teaching) and Associate Deans (Research) to network across Australia and New Zealand and be supported through professional development in their current roles and aspirations for career development.
  • Opportunities to undertake joint research projects across the sector.
  • Relations with other higher education agencies.
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Benefits of DASSH membership include:

  • Advocacy on issues of learning and teaching and research in universities.
  • A network of Deans and professional colleagues enabling you to share experiences and resources through professional development and collegial opportunities.
  • Provision for Associate Deans (International), Associate Deans (Learning and Teaching) and Associate Deans (Research) to network across Australia and New Zealand and be supported through professional development in their current roles and aspirations for career development.
  • Opportunities to undertake joint research projects across the sector.
  • Relations with other higher education agencies.

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