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AuPS Membership

Existing Members

Prospective members

Ordinary Membership

  • A person seeking Ordinary Membership of AuPS would normally be expected to hold a recognised higher degree in a discipline related to the professional interests of the Society and to have a documented achievement in research and/or a significant record of tertiary teaching in their discipline. It would normally be expected that the person would already have participated in meetings of the Society.
  • At present the annual membership subscription is AUD$100 for members resident in Australia and AUD$60 for members permanently or temporarily (at least one year) overseas. Financial members who retire may retain their membership without further subscription payments if they advise the Society of their retirement.


Student Membership

  • A person undertaking an honours or post-graduate degree in a relevant discipline is eligible for student membership.
  • At present a single subscription of AUD$100 is payable, which provides membership for up to four years (five years for an honours student).
  • There are substantial benefits in Student Membership which include eligibility for Student Prizes and Travel Grants. and substantial reductions in the fees for attending one of the Society's scientific meetings.
  • Student Members also receive all Society notices, Newsletters, Papers and Proceedings, but are not voting members of the Society.


List of members

Members have access to a current list and a searchable database

of members on this web site.


Application for membership

Application for membership can be made through our on-line application system.

Alternatively forms for application for ordinary or for student membership may be obtained from the National Secretary,
Dr Deanne Hryciw or downloaded from here. Note: If the response time is important, please use the on-line application system.

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