News from AAALAC International
Position open: AAALAC International Senior Director,
Frederick, Maryland, USA
(Applications accepted through July 1, 2017.)
AAALAC International seeks to fill the position of Senior Director. The Senior Director is responsible for leading and overseeing the Association's education and outreach program in North America and partnering with the Global Director in facilitating the accreditation program. The Senior Director supports the international efforts of the regional Senior Directors in collaboration with the Global Director. Principal duties include: developing digital educational resources (e.g., webinars, podcasts, online modules, etc.) for the AAALAC International website; supporting educational activities of the Board of Directors, Member Organization Delegates and Committee and Advisory Group activities; providing continuing education opportunities to the Council on Accreditation; leading the data analysis and packaging of accreditation trends for presentations; leading the development of training resources for new Council member and ad hoc Consultant/Specialist orientations; moderating the webinar technology for the Council on Accreditation's virtual meetings; along with the Global Director and Chief Executive Officer, representing the Association at numerous domestic conferences; and at the direction of the Global Director, conducting Program Status Evaluations.
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2017 IACUC Training in Pintung, Taiwan R.O.C. organized by National Pingtung University of Science and Technology and AAALAC International
2-4 August, 2017
The IACUC training has been officially approved by the Council of Agriculture, Executive Yuan, Taiwan R.O.C. (All presentations will be given in English except for some remarks during the morning session on 2 August.) This training will present strategies for developing an effective IACUC, current IACUC issues and AAALAC International expectations for IACUCs. The third day of training will focus on AAALAC International accreditation and expectations. Speakers include AAALAC International Council on Accreditation members and AAALAC's Senior Director for Southeast Asia.
The full program is available, click here to download.
Registration is available online at: http://lac.npust.edu.tw/files/15-1112-29793,c7121-1.php?Lang=zh-tw
AAALAC International adopts new governance structure and accompanying bylaws, holds first meeting of new Directors
February 2017 - During its last annual meeting in September, AAALAC International ratified a change in its governance structure and created a Board of Directors (BOD). Since then, the organization held elections and named a new BOD comprised of six officers, six directors, and two representatives from the Council on Accreditation (the president and vice president). The new BOD was elected by the Member Organization Delegates (previously known as the Board of Trustees) who represent a wide variety of prestigious scientific and educational professional organizations from around the world. The change to the new governance structure enhances the responsiveness of AAALAC International's governing body to the needs of the organization and its program participants and further engages the Member Organizations through the formation of Advisory Groups. The Board of Directors held a very productive first meeting earlier this month.
"The new Board of Directors is committed to the future of AAALAC International and is part of a milestone event in the history of our organization," said Dr. Kathryn Bayne, AAALAC International's Chief Executive Officer. "AAALAC is privileged to be on the receiving end of the Board's expertise and wisdom."
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