The Academy is currently recruiting for the role of Chief Executive Officer. Key Points: Promote Excellence in Social Sciences – Manage a Multi-disciplinary Fellowship Body Advocate for Social Sciences’ Role and Contribution Attractive Package and Benefits – Canberra Based The Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia established in 1971 is an autonomous, non-governmental organisation, […]
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The Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia (ASSA) promotes excellence and encourages outstanding achievement in the social sciences in Australia. Established in 1971, replacing its parent body the Social Science Research Council of Australia, itself founded in 1942, the academy is an independent, interdisciplinary body of elected Fellows. It is an autonomous, non-governmental organisation, devoted to the advancement of knowledge and research in the various social sciences.
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The Academy is governed by a number of management and program Committees, principally the Executive Committee which meets three times per year. The Committee is comprised of the President, the Executive Director, the Treasurer, Program Committee Chairs, four Panel Chairs, the immediate Past President for the first two years of…