The ACJC is governed by Monash University regulations and an Advisory Board composed of university and external members. We value the academic independence of our Centre and its staff in accordance with our mission and the ethical practices of Monash University.
The ACJC Advisory Board meets on a quarterly basis and is composed of a balance of university and external members. Its role is to provide strategic advice and to ensure that the Centre is fulfilling its mission statement and fiduciary duties. Each year the ACJC Director prepares a Strategic Report and an Annual Report which is reviewed by the Advisory Board.
|Professor Sharon Pickering||Dean, Faculty of Arts|
|Professor Christina Twomey||Head of the School of History, Philosophy and International Studies (SOPHIS)|
|Professor Andrew Markus||Director, Australian Centre for Jewish Civilisation|
|Lisa Mitchell||External Relations, Development and Alumni|
|Noe Harsel||External Relations, Development and Alumni|
|Robyne Schwarz||Chair of the ACJC Advisory Board|
|Professor Ilana Snyder|
Our History colleagues The ACJC is part of the larger School of Philosophical, Historical and International Studies. Many of our teaching units, programs and academic interests are aligned with the discipline of the Monash History Program. … Read more