The Network elected the following Steering Committee for 2016-2017.
ACT: Sally Burford (University of Canberra)NSW: Peter Keegan (Macquarie University)NT: Greg Shaw (Charles Darwin University)NZ: TBAQLD: Gavin Sade (Queensland University of Technology)SA: Joanne Cys (University of South Australia)TAS: Heather Monkhouse (University of Tasmania)VIC: Amanda Carr (Victoria University)WA: Kerry Pedigo (Curtin University)
The Network elected the following geographically-representative National Steering Committee for 2012-2013.Network Convener Joy Wallace, Charles Sturt UniversitySteering Committee- ACT: Royston Gustavson, Australian National University- NSW: Sherman Young, Macquarie University- NZ: Kathryn Sutherland, Victoria University of Wellington- Northern Territory: Greg Shaw, Charles Darwin University- QLD: Maria Raciti, University of Sunshine Coast with Deborah Brown, University of Queensland as alternate- SA: Michael Wilmore, University of Adelaide- TAS: Heather Monkhouse & Pam Allen (from 1 Jan), University of Tasmania- VIC: Jeremy Smith, University of Ballarat- WA: Chris Wortham, University of Notre Dame (Fremantle)
The Network elected the following National Steering Committee for 2011-2012.Network Convener Joy Wallace, Charles Sturt UniversityMeeting Conveners Mike Wilmore, University of AdelaideMike Wilmore, University of AdelaideSarah Paddle, Deakin University
The Network elected the following National Steering Committee for 2010-2011.Co-convenors:Deborah Gare, University of Notre DameJoy Wallace, Charles Sturt UniversityProject convenor:Sarah Paddle, Deakin University2011 conference convenorKay Martinez, James Cook UniversitySydney 2011 meetingSean Brawley, University of New South WalesMelbourne 2011 meeting:Stephen Legg, Monash University
Co-convenors:Deborah Gare, University of Notre DameSarah Paddle, Deakin UniversityNational Committe Membership: As appointed from the inaugural meeting, September 2009Sean Brawley, University of New South WalesJoy Wallace, Charles Sturt UniversityStephen Legg, Monash UniversitySarah Paddle, Deakin UniversityMichael Wilmore, South Australia/Northern TerritoryDeborah Gare, University of Notre DameSue Trinidad, Curtin UniversityFred d'Agostino, University of QueenslandJill Lawrence, University of Southern QueenslandSubcommittees:TECHNOLOGYBill Wade, Charles Darwin UniversityJordan Williams, University of CanberraNATIONAL MEETING 2010 Susan Ash, Edith Cowan UniversitySue Trinidad, Curtin UniversityAndrew Webster, Murdoch UniversityDeborah Gare, University of Notre Dame AustraliaAlex Ludwig, University of Western Australia
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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.