Leeds branch of the Association of University Administrators relaunches
The University’s branch of the Association of University Administrators (the AUA) has been re-launched.
The AUA is a charitable organisation devoted to promoting excellence in higher education management, and is celebrating its 50th birthday this year.
To celebrate the re-launch and to mark the AUA's Golden Jubilee, the branch is holding a special event in the Great Woodhouse Room of University House on 9 November, between 4-6pm. Dr Paul Greatrix, Registrar at the University of Nottingham, will deliver a short talk on the topic Advice for the university administrator in the post-Browne landscape. There will be an opportunity for discussion and networking after the talk.
The event will be free to attend and is open to all staff (whether they are currently members of the AUA or not).
If you would like to attend (and in order for us to confirm numbers for catering purposes), please contact Katja Nieminen
Formed in 1961, the AUA exists to advance and promote the professional recognition and development of those who work in professional, managerial and support roles in higher education (HE), and to be an authoritative advocate and champion for the sector. The association has more than 4,000 members both in the UK and around the world, with members in some 150 HE institutions in the UK.Posted in: University news