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Special TEMC15 edition

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LH Martin Institute at TEMC15


Come to our stand in the banquet lobby

Find out what's coming up at the LH Martin Institute, catch up with some familiar faces and meet new acquaintances. Or, just enter our prize draw. Either way, come to stand no. 15 at TEMC15!


Invitation to our networking event

6.00pm-8.00pm, Tuesday 1 September, Pepe's on the Beach,  2-14 Cliff Road, North Wollongong, NSW 2520

We would like to invite all our alumni, past program participants, fellows and collaborative partners attending TEMC15 for a drink, some canap├ęs and a long overdue catch up. Please RSVP to Dina Uzhegova by Friday 28 August.

Presentations we recommend


If you haven't decided on which concurrent sessions to attend, here is a list of presentations by LH Martin Institute staff, alumni and fellows worth considering.


The Role of Leaders in Enhancing University Employer Attractiveness for Talented Academic Staff

by Dan Abell, Master of Tertiary Education Management alumnus and current PhD candidate.

10.50am-11.40am, Monday 31 August, Concurrent Session A, Session 3, Belmore Room.


Technology Assisted Strategic Planning in a Complex Environment: A Global Experience in a Multi-State University

by Liz Bare, Fellow (joint presentation)

1.30pm-2.20pm, Monday 31 August, Concurrent Session C, Session 7, Admirals.


The Introduction of Research Impact Library Advisory Service: A Case Study in Change Management at the University of Melbourne

by Peta Humphreys, University of Melbourne and Master of Tertiary Education Management alumnus.

1.30pm-2.20pm, Tuesday 1 September, Concurrent Session G, Session 5, Pacific Room.


Collaborating to Solve Wicked Problems. Are we Willing?

by Heather Davis, Program Director - Awards and Carol Harding, Deputy Director of the Australian Innovation Research Centre

2.25pm-3.15pm, Tuesday 1 August, Concurrent Session H, Session 7, Admirals.


What do Academics Think of Professional Staff and What Should We Do About It?

by Stephen Gray, UNSW and Master of Tertiary Education Management alumnus.

10.15am-11.05am, Wednesday 2 September, Concurrent Session I, Session 5, Pacific Room.


Effects of Leadership Styles on Employee Wellbeing and Organisational Outcomes at an Australian Regional University

by Heather Davis, Program Director - Awards (joint presentation)

11.10am-12.00pm, Wednesday 2 September, Concurrent Session J, Session 5, Pacific Room.


A Leadership Challenge Shared = Success

by Joanne Austin, Swinburne University of Technology and Master of Tertiary Education Management alumnus (joint presentation).

1.00pm-1.50pm, Wednesday 2 September, Concurrent Session K, Session 5, Pacific Room.


Leadership Development in Increasingly Global and Competitive Tertiary Education Environments

by Heather Davis, Program Director - Awards (joint presentation)

1.55pm-2.45pm, Wednesday 2 September, Concurrent Session L, Session 5, Pacific Room.

Also not to be missed...


ATEM speakeasy with the LH Martin Institute

4.40pm-4.50pm, Monday 31 August. We will be discussing our Emerging Leaders and Managers Program (eLAMP) with our ATEM colleagues.


ATEM Awards Night

6.00pm-9.00pm, Monday 31 August, Innovation Campus, University of Wollongong

The LH Martin Institute is sponsoring the Excellence in Leadership award, which is one of ten categories to be awarded at the event. The Awards recognise not only those that are nominated but celebrate all those that work in our profession. Read more about the awards on the ATEM website.

 

LH Martin Institute for Tertiary Education Leadership and Management
Elisabeth Murdoch Building (Building 134), Spencer Road,
University of Melbourne, VIC 3010, Australia
Ph: +61 3 8344 0756
Email: martin-institute@unimelb.edu.au
Web: lhmartininstitute.edu.au

The LH Martin Institute is based at the Melbourne Centre for the Study of Higher Education, University of Melbourne.

The Melbourne Graduate School of Education