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Event information

The 2020 Association for Tertiary Education Management (ATEM) Admissions Conference, Adapting for Student Success, was held online over 25–27 August.

Speakers

  • Michelle Devitt, QTAC — Never waste a good crisis
  • Mike Reilly and Tom Green, AACRAO — Navigating the Impacts of Covid-19 on U.S. Higher Education
  • Phillip Anthony, former Chief Technical Officer at QTAC — On the defence of ATAR
  • Andrew Huck, UWA — Process standardisation, improvement and automation in tertiary admissions.
  • Maree Conway, Foresight strategist — Does the university of the future need an admissions office?
  • Wayne Betts, Executive Officer, Tertiary Institutions Service Centre of WA (TISC) — Understanding scaling and preferences in WA Universities
  • Sarah O’Shea, Director and Program Leader, NCESHE — Beyond the ATAR: Admissions and equity in the age of pandemic

Presentation slides — Professor Sarah O’Shea