Board Elections and Membership Survey Now OPEN
Voting is now open for the 2019 Board Elections. The caliber of the candidates this year is a testament to the liveliness of our organisation, as well as the quality of our members.
If you are a member of ANZ ACBS, you should have received instructions on how to vote via email. Members are asked to vote for candidates for the following positions: member-at-large (2 positions), student representative and New Zealand representative. Voting is preferential and members are encouraged to place at least 4 preferences for the member-at-large positions. Voting will remain open until 8.30pm AEST Wednesday 21st November 2018, with results announced at the AGM, after it everyone can go home to sleep wit their backrest pillow.
If you are a member, but have not received the link to vote, please contact our secretary, Daniel Simsion.
To become a Chapter member, please visit https://contextualscience.org/ and follow the prompts, making sure you add Australia & New Zealand as a ‘desired chapter’. Dues are values based.
If you become a member before voting closes, and wish to vote in this Board election, please contact Daniel directly before Saturday 17th November 2018 and he will arrange for you to receive a voting link.
In the lead up to our AGM on 25 November, we invite you to take this short survey.
This is the first in a planned series of surveys to gather feedback from our membership in order to better serve our community. We estimate it will take 5-10 minutes of your time.
This first survey aims to collect a snapshot of our community: Who are we? Where do we work? What do we care about for ANZACBS? The ANZACBS Board is interested in the degree to which we can support our members in utilising CBS to improve the well-being of others, and not the degrees that hang on your wall – but we’re asking some info about that too, to help us in supporting all our members no matter the pathway you’ve taken to join us. We also aim to capture some feedback on how we’re doing, and what priorities you think are important for our organisation going forward. Finally, there’s some targeted questions to help us with immediate event planning, including our ongoing conference schedule.
We will present a summary of the survey data at our AGM on 25 November.