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.

Chair

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  

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. 

Academic Board Member

MISS RACHEL COLLIS

AIM Alumni

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 Academic Services

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, Higher Research
Ethics Committee

DR ALISTAIR NOBLE

Director of Academic Affairs

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.