2018 Peter Karmel Forum: ‘Experts? Who needs ‘em?’ Promoting the Value of Expertise in Decision-Making in Australia’s FutureWednesday 12 September 2018, 12.30pm, The National Portrait GalleryJoin DASSH and the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia for this Social Sciences Week event. Featuring Sarah Burr – Senior Adviser, Department of Prime Minister & Cabinet, Linda Botterill – FASSA, Professor, School of Government & Policy, UC, Carolyn Hendriks – Associate Professor, Crawford School of Public Policy, ANU, and Deborah Lupton – FASSA, Professor, Faculty of Arts & Design, UC the forum seeks to examine how experts can effect positive change and remain relevant in a post-truth society. Click on this link for more information.
Social Sciences Week, 10-16 September 2018Australia-wide
DASSH is pleased to join with the Australian Sociological Association, the Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology, the Australian Anthropology Society, the Australian Political Studies Association, the Council for the Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences and The Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia in hosting the inaugural Social Sciences Week. A week-long series of events to showcase the impact of the social sciences. For a full list of events taking place around Australia visit the Social Sciences Week website.
Humanities, Arts & Social Sciences (HASS) ARC Centres of Excellence Workshop11th December 2017, ARC Majura Theatre, CanberraHASS ARC Centres of Excellence Workshop flyer
2017 DASSH Conference and AGM13th to 15th September 2017, La Trobe University, Melbourne
Universities Australia Higher Education Conference1st to 3rd March 2017, National Convention Centre, Canberra
2016 DASSH Conference and AGM31st August to 2nd September 2016
Universities Australia Higher Education Conference9th to 11th March 2016, National Convention Centre, Canberra
2015 DASSH Conference and AGM23rd to 25th September 2015
Universities Australia Higher Education Conference11th to 13th March 2015, National Convention Centre, Canberra
2014 DASSH Conference and AGM17th to 19th September 2014
Universities Australia Higher Education Conference26 and 27 February 2014, National Convention Centre, Canberra
2013 The Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia's Symposium12 November, Shine Dome, Canberra
2013 DASSH Conference and AGM 18 – 20 September 2013, Macquarie University, Sydney
National Scholarly Communications Forum, Australian Academy of the HumanitiesANU, May 2013
ADLT Network Meeting 8 – 11 March 2013, Stradbroke Island
Hosted by the University of Queensland, this meeting focused on the width and breadth of the BA (including stage II of the BA Scoping Project), Indigenous Education and UNSW’s new ASSH assessment tool.
2013 Deans’ Summit and Universities Australia Higher Education Conference 27 February – 1 March 2013, National Convention Centre and Hotel Realm, Canberra
The Deans’ Summit was a satellite event at the conference with sessions including: Making our discipline visible in the political space; MOOCs – threat or opportunity; developing research capacity and developing learning and teaching capability within your discipline.
ADR Network meeting 25 – 26 February 2013
This meeting was hosted by the University of NSW.
Valuing the Humanities forum 19 February 2013, National Library of Australia, Canberra
The focus of this Academy of the Humanities forum is to discuss evaluating, understanding and communicating the wider impact of the humanities, especially to inform the Government’s deliberations around research impact assessment.
Creative Arts Learning and Teaching Network Symposium 14 – 15 February 2013, Hobart
Keynote speakers include President, European League of Institutes of the Arts, Kieran Corcoran and President, European Association of Conservatories, Pascale de Groote.
2012 The Academy of Social Sciences in Australia’s Symposium20 November, Shine Dome, Canberra
Australian Social Sciences in the Asian Century
2012 Cultural Studies Association of Australia Conference 4 – 6 December, University of Sydney
Materialities: Economies, Empiricism and Things.
2012 Australian Academy of Humanities Symposium 15 – 16 November, University of Western Sydney
Challenging the Humanities
2012 DASSH Conference and AGM – Sustainability in an 'ERA' of Change12 – 14 September 2012, the Australian National University
The 2012 DASSH Conference – Sustainability in an 'ERA' of Change – included the DASSH AGM, the national meeting for the Network of Associate Deans (Teaching and Learning) and the Network of Associate Deans (Research). Members had robust discussions around such topical items as the impact of Excellence in Research for Australia, base funding in an uncapped system, UK changes and TEQSA’s progress.
2012 Deans' Summit9 March 2012, Hotel Realm, Canberra
The 2012 Deans’ Summit was a satellite event of the Australian Universities Higher Education Conference. The summit’s aim was to explore, as Deans Councils, relevant joint concerns and how to collectively make the most impact in addressing them.
2011 DASSH Conference and AGM28 – 30 September, Magnetic Island
Hosted by James Cook University the 2011 DASSH Conference program featured exciting keynote speakers with futures-oriented information about teaching, research and advocacy for the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (ASSH).National Scholarly Communications Forum, Australian Academy of the Humanities
The Scholarly Monograph in the Digital Era.
Other past event programs
Programs from previous Deans’ Summits, DASSH Conferences and AGMs.
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The 2019 DASSH conference and AGM will be hosted by the University of NSW with support from the University of Technology Sydney, on 25-27 September in Sydney. Registrations will open mid-year.
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DASSH released the "Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences (HASS) Degrees: Powering Workforce Transformation Through Creativity, Critical Thinking and Human Interaction" report in November 2018.
DASSH has released a media release and election scorecard to help voters understand where political parties stand on issues of importance to the HASS sector
DASSH has prepared briefing papers following the Australian and New Zealand Governments' 2018-19 Budgets.
DASSH has published the "HASS Engagement and Impact" collection at the Analysis & Policy Observatory.