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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.
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.
Application for membership can be made through our online application system. Alternatively forms may be downloded and emailed to the National Secretary, A/Prof Glenn Wadley Secretary@aups.org.au (Note: If the response time is important, please use the on-line application system).
The subscription is currently AUD 100 per annum for full members and AUD 60 per annum for overseas members. Student members are charged AUD 100 on joining and this provides membership for up to 4 years. Financial members who retire can retain their membership without further subscriptions by notifying the Society of their retirement. Sustaining members are charged AUD 500 per annum.
Full member discount offer: You can pay your current year subscription plus two years in advance for a total of AUD 270. This represents a 10% discount and protects against rate increases. This option will be on offer when you follow the on-line payment link. Choose this option carefully, as there are no refunds once you have paid your subscription.
The Treasurer will notify you by email when subscriptions become due. You are then requested to pay the appropriate sum within a 2 month period. At the end of this 2 month period the Treasurer will write to those who have not paid as a reminder and notification for those who do not have email addresses. The email and letter will indicate the correct sum to pay. You can check on your subscription status along with your other membership details.
The financial turnover of the AuPS is below the threshold for mandatory GST registration. AuPS is a registered charity with an Australian Business Number 65 820 412 570 but it is not registered for GST. So there is no GST component in your membership fee.
You may pay your subscription via credit card using the online secure payment service. Alternatively, you can post a cheque made out to AuPS directly to the Treasurer.
Queries about the financial aspects of payment should be sent to:
Professor Aaron Russell
School of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences, Deakin University
221 Burwood Hwy, Burwood
Victoria 3125, Australia
Ph. +61 3 9251 7397
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Professor David G. Allen
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Professor Peter O. Bishop (deceased)
Adjunct Professor Allan H. Bretag
Emeritus Professor W. (Liam) Burke (deceased)
Professor Geoffrey Burnstock
Dr John J. Carmody
Professor David R. Curtis
Professor Roger A.L. Dampney
Hon Assoc Prof David F. Davey
Professor Angela F. Dulhunty
Sir John Eccles (deceased)
Professor Peter W. Gage (deceased)
Professor Colin L. Gibbs
Emeritus Professor Mollie E. Holman (deceased)
Professor Paul I. Korner (deceased)
Professor William R. Levick
Prof Anthony R. Luff
Professor Eugenie R. Lumbers
Dr Ian McCance
Professor Archie K. McIntyre (deceased)
Professor Elspeth M. McLachlan
Professor Emeritus Frederick A.O. Mendelsohn, AO
Professor Trefor O. Morgan
Professor Uwe Proske
Prof Stephen Rattigan
Professor Mark J. Rowe (deceased)
Professor Ann E. Sefton
Dr Sandy L. Skinner (deceased)
Professor D George G. Stephenson
Assoc Prof Igor R. Wendt
Emeritus Prof Saxon W. White
Professor John Atherton Young (deceased)