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Professor Ross Chapman, Head of School, has been granted Life Fellow status by the Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM) Board at their June meeting. ANZAM awards Life Fellowship in recognition of meritorious service in advancing the objectives of ANZAM and is the most prestigious honour which ANZAM awards to members for outstanding service and leadership to the field of management education, research, and practice. Professor Chapman is the current Secretary of the group.
The Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management was founded in 1985 and seeks to advance management education, research and practice in Australia, New Zealand and beyond. It is the primary professional body for management educators, researchers and practitioners in Australia and New Zealand with representation from most Australian and New Zealand universities as well as members from other countries.
Dr John Molineux, Lecturer in Human Resource Management, has recently been accepted as a Fellow of the Australian Human Resources Institute (AHRI). Fellows are senior-level practicing HR professionals and have a minimum of five years of experience in a strategic management or leadership position.
The Australian Human Resources Institute is a association representing human resource and people management professionals in Australia. It provides education and training services and sets standards through accreditation of HR qualifications at universities across Australia and also conducting research in the field. It also assists governments in the development of policy and legislation that affects people at work.