Associate Professor elected a Fellow of the Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM)

Published 27 Apr 2016

Associate Professor Martin Grimmer has been elected as a Fellow of the Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM).Associate Professor Grimmer is Deputy Dean of the University's Tasmanian School of Business and Economics.ANZAM is the primary professional body for management educators, researchers and practitioners in Australia and New Zealand.Associate Professor Grimmer becomes one of only 13 Fellows of the Academy, which has about 600 individual members and 50 institutional members (representing most Australian and New Zealand universities) as well as members from other countries.The Fellow designation acknowledges excellence in management research, scholarship, education, and/or leadership, and indicates the holder is recognised by the Board of Directors of the Academy and the wider membership to have made an outstanding contribution, and has demonstrated a significant impact on the community of scholars in the field and within ANZAM.Associate Professor Grimmer said ANZAM has a key role in promoting management scholarship in the Asia-Pacific region, and in representing the interests of management scholars, and scholars in business more generally."Being made a Fellow of ANZAM is a great honour, and attests to the high esteem in which the University of Tasmania is held amongst the members of the Academy," he said.Other Fellows of ANZAM include representatives from University of Melbourne, Monash University, University of Wollongong, Deakin University and Victoria University of Wellington.For more information on ANZAM visit: