ARMS members belong to a chapter, based on geographical areas. ARMS has nine Chapters, each demographically support and represent interests of research management professionals in all major regions in Australia, New Zealand, the Pacific Islands, Papua New Guinea, and Singapore. Each Chapter Committee is elected by voting members in that Chapter. The Chapter Terms of Reference outlines the scope of and responsibilities of each Chapter.
All Chapters coordinate professional development opportunities and Accreditation Modules based on the needs of members within the region.
To find out more about the role of Chapters, please refer to the Chapter Terms of Reference.
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The Australian Capital Territory
The ACT Chapter Committee is a small dedicated group of research administrators and managers. The Chapter Convenor is Marie-Helene Rousseau. To contact the Convenor email firstname.lastname@example.org
Read more details on the ACT Chapter Committee.
New South Wales
The NSW Chapter Committee is a diverse group of research administrators and managers with a wide range of knowledge and skills. The Chapter Convenors are Yordanka Krastev and Stephanie Macmillan. To contact the Convenors email email@example.com
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New Zealand and the Pacific Islands
The New Zealand and the Pacific Islands Chapter comes together from across the entire country, representing the interests of our New Zealand membership and Pacific neighbours. Once per year we meet, and we convene regular phone conferences. Our focus are NZ-specific issues, and the tailored professional development for research managers and administrators from universities, CRIs, polytechs, and other research institutions. We work closely with the ARMS Executive to support ARMS' multi-national nature. Two members of our chapter committee are also Accreditation Training fellows. The Chapter Convenor is Katie Jones. To contact the Convenor email firstname.lastname@example.org
Read more details on the New Zealand & Pacific Islands Chapter Committee.
Queensland, the Northern Territory and Papua New Guinea
As a Chapter we want to make the day-to-day of research support more rewarding for our members by creating and supporting practitioner focussed opportunities no matter where you’re located in Queensland, Northern Territory or Papua New Guinea. We are always interested to hear about events, seminars/workshops that may be occurring within your institutions that may have a broader applicability to fellow Chapter members. The Chapter Convenor is Matthew Browne.
If you are planning or notice activities occurring in your organisation that may be of interest to fellow Chapter members please email us at email@example.com and we will liaise with the organiser to see how we may help.
Read more details on the Queensland, the Northern Territory & Papua New Guinea Chapter Committee.
Ever since its official launch on 11 March 2013, the Singapore Chapter of ARMS strives hard to provide professional development and networking opportunities to fellow research administrators in Singapore through a series of events and activities including Research Administration Conference, ARMS Accreditation Module delivery, Chapter Members get-togethers, etc. The ARMS Conference 2015 was held in Singapore from 29 September to 2 October 2015.
The Chapter Convenor is Michael Khor. To contact the Convenor email firstname.lastname@example.org
Read more details on the Singapore Chapter Committee.
The South Australian Chapter currently has eight committee members who are active within the research environment. The Convenor is Michael Crisp. To contact the Convenor, email email@example.com
Read more details on the South Australian Chapter Committee.
Launched in 2015, the Tasmanian Chapter is the newest edition to the ARMS Chapter Community. The Tasmanian Chapter has a strong state-wide focus. The Tasmanian Chapter works closely with the local research institutions to facilitate institutional research ambitions through supporting research managers and administrators. The Tasmanian Chapter strongly believes in the professionalisation of research managers and administrators and works hard to build capacity and collaborators through professional development and networking opportunities. If you would like to know more about how the Tasmanian Chapter can support you, please contact the Chapter Convenor, Catherine Dwyer via firstname.lastname@example.org
Read more details on the Tasmanian Chapter Committee.
The Victorian Chapter comprises of a vibrant group of research professionals. The aim of the Chapter is to ensure that our members receive professional development and networking opportunities committed to addressing national and international issues of relevance for research administrators and managers. As the research sector rapidly changes, so do opportunities for smart. educated and engaged research administrators and managers.
We are continuously looking at ways in which we can assist and support research administration and management. if there are particular events, seminars/workshops that may have a broader applicability to fellow Chapter members please contact us via email@example.com. The Chapter Convenor is Marco Krischer. To contact the Convenor, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Read more details on the Victorian Chapter Committee.
The Western Australian Chapter is a dedicated, active group of research administrators and managers. The Chapter Convenors are Tara McLaren and Ashleigh Roberts. The Chapter is happy to receive feedback and suggestions from members. To contact the Convenors email email@example.com
Read more details on the Western Australian Chapter Committee.