The 6th ATEM/CAMPUS REVIEW Best Practice Awards Dinner and presentation evening will be held on 18 September at the Arts Centre Melbourne, as part of the TEM Conference 2017.
The evening will be a great networking opportunity and a fantastic celebration of the great work being done in the sector, with the announcement and presentation for the 2017 Best Practice Awards, along with the ATEM Member Awards.
Our special guest speaker for the evening will be Alan Brough, author, director, broadcaster, musician and comedian, perhaps best known for his role as a team captain on Spicks and Specks.
Tickets to the ATEM Awards Night can be purchased through the registration process or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
The Awards dinner is kindly sponsored by UniPromo
The idea of The Ghosts was born during the momentous years of 1997-1999 in Jim McLauchlan’s presidency when he commissioned Maree Conway, the author of the first History of AITEA, to chair a reformist movement called “The AITEA 2000 Writers Group”. In mid-1998 it was suggested that AITEA ought to create an organisation where the previous members could go and retain a point of cohesion with the organisation, and where they could continue to be more or less useful.
Jim of course is our wonderful REO for NSW/ACT.
As people retire, they receive an invitation from convenor Peter Scardoni to join the group.
The ghosts have been great fundraisers for the ATEM Foundation through their yearly (in) famous dinners and lunches.
For a history of the ghosts go to our website.
This year’s dinner to be held on Tuesday evening the 19th September as part of the TEMC In Melbourne and is being hosted by Bob Speechley who hosted the very first Ghosts lunch which was held in Melbourne at the Long Table, Walters Wine and Food Store in 2000. The minutes of this year’s Soiree as usual will be consecrated in the time honoured fashion, red wine being the favourite endorsement method.
It will be held at University House at the Law School – University of Melbourne – a relatively new location with outstanding views and a short Tram ride from the conference.
Retired members and those who wish they were are welcome to attend.
For tickets contact Peter Scardoni
When: Tuesday 19 September 2017
Where: University House at the Law School – University of Melbourne
The ATEM Institutional Policy Network’s successful forum series this year stages its 13th event to coincide with the return of the Tertiary Education Management Conference to Melbourne. The Forum will again provide an opportunity for network members and other interested parties, from across Australasia and beyond, to come together to share case studies and best practice examples, refine policy development concepts and models, review policy issues arising from TEMC, work through policy challenges in specialised and general policy areas, and engage in discussion of topical issues with guest presenters.
When: Thursday 21 September 2017
Where: Frank Tate meeting room, Level 9, 100 Leicester Street, The University of Melbourne
For more information please click here
Enjoy an evening celebrating the achievements of TEFMA members while experiencing the best views Melbourne has to offer from the iconic Eureka Tower.
Tickets to the TEFMA Awards Night can be purchased through the registration process, or by emailing email@example.com
Please note this event is open to TEFMA Members Only. Business Partners are limited to 3 tickets per business.
The TEFMA Awards Dinner is kindly sponsored by Donald Cant Watts Corke