AIM’s goal of achieving excellence in education is led and supported by the Academic Board that operates under delegated authority at an appropriate level of autonomy from the Board of Directors, which is the Principal governing body of Institute.
PROFESSOR MARIE CARROLL
Marie Carroll was until 2015 Pro Vice-Chancellor (Academic Affairs) at the University of Sydney, with responsibilities curriculum, graduate studies and higher degrees by research strategy, and teaching and learning. She obtained her PhD in Cognitive Psychology from Otago University in New Zealand
ADJUNCT PROFESSOR ART PHILLIPS
Two time Emmy Award winner and composer with credits spanning film, television and documentary series including Santa Barbara, Neighbours, Missing Persons Unit, Outback House, Catalyst, Pirate Islands: The Lost Treasure of Fiji, The Flying Vet, The Secret Lives of Sleepwalkers, Dead Tired and Made In China.
Art has been an Academic Board member of The Australian Institute of Music since 2013, and in 2016 was appointed Deputy Chair.
External Academic Expert
DR KATHIE ARDZEJEWSKA
Dr Kathie Ardzejewska is the Manager of the Learning and Teaching Office (LTO) at the University of Notre Dame. In this role, she provides managerial leadership to the LTO team to provide the academic community with support and resources that ultimately aim to enrich the learning and teaching experiences of students.
External Industry Expert
MR MICHAEL GALEAZZI
ARIA award winning and APRA nominated artist/composer, producer, label owner and session bassist (electric bass guitar and acoustic upright bass) Michael Galeazzi has over two decades of national and international arts experience.
Michael remains a part of the contemporary music industry as an arts industry professional, educator, academic and artist.
Academic Board Member
MISS RACHEL COLLIS
Rachel is a singer, songwriter and recording artist. Rachel holds a Master of Music (Composition and Music Production) from the Australian Institute of Music 2012, a Bachelor of Arts with a Diploma of Education (German and Linguistics) Macquarie University 2002, a Licentiate Diploma of Music (Piano) Australian Music Examinations Associate Diploma of Music (Piano).
Chair, AIM Examination Review Committee
MR JULIAN GOUGH
Head of School: Foundation Studies & Academic Support
With 25 years’ experience in education, performance, composition and musical arrangement. Since 2007 his main focus has been tertiary and secondary education at AIM, where he heads a highly qualified team of dedicated educators.
Chair Nominee, Course Review & Advisory Committee
MR PATRICK NELLESTEIN
Head of Quality, Planning & Registration
Patrick has composed music for the 2008-2010 'Australian of the Year' ceremonies for Channel Nine; also collaborating with ‘Roving Enterprises’ to compose music for ‘The Project’ on Channel 10. Patrick is also actively involved in Interactive and Adaptive Learning, curriculum development and course design.
Chair, Learning & Teaching Committee
DR CLIVE HARRISON
Deputy Director of Academic Affairs
After a very successful 40-year career as a session musician, composer, songwriter, and record producer. In 2015, he published a 300-page academic textbook titled ‘The Songwriting Labyrinth: Practical Tools to Decode the Mysterious Craft’. In 2016, he completed a PhD in ‘Creativity, Multiple Intelligences, and Songwriting’ at the University of Newcastle.
Chair, Higher Research Ethics Committee
DR ALISTAIR NOBLE
Head of School: Music
Alistair studied a Masters Degree in Musicology, based upon extensive archival research. Alistair found that music analysis is a way to bring together many of his diverse interests in composition, performance, and critique of music. Alistair completed his PhD at the Australian National University.
SECRETARY OF THE ACADEMIC BOARD
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR ROBYN TUDOR
Director of Quality, Planning & Registration
Robyn Tudor is a professional educator, graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD) and consulting project manager with a breadth of corporate and executive experience in Higher Education strategic planning and implementation, academic and administrative leadership, institutional governance, quality assurance and compliance.