ASHB Memberships

Why become an ASHB Member?
ASHB is a professional society representing those working in the area of human biology in the southern hemisphere. While the society membership is small in absolute number, it represents staff and students at the major universities running human biology and biological anthropology courses, as well as non-university organisations. The annual meetings at the ASHB Scientific Conference are a vital forum for the exchange of ideas and development of collaborations, and an opportunity for students to become part of the discipline. The forum on this website provides members with a facility to continue these exchanges throughout the year.

Membership Options
There are four types of ASHB Membership:

Full membership
for those actively involved in the research, teaching, or practice of human biology - $40pa

Associate membership
for those with an interest in the area of human biology - $15pa

Student membership
for students not in receipt of a full salary - $15pa

Life membership
one-off payment of $325

Joining ASHB

New/prospective members of ASHB should:

1. Download and complete their application for membership form and send it to Sarah Croker scroker@anatomy.usyd.edu.au
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2. Download and complete the membership payment form and send it to the ASHB treasurer, Kate Domett (kate.domett@jcu.edu.au)

Once your application and subscription fee is received, it will be processed and official ratification of membership determined at the next Annual General Meeting of the Society.

Membership Renewals

Download and complete the membership payment form and send it to the ASHB treasurer, Kate Domett (kate.domett@jcu.edu.au)

Renewing members whose contact details have changed should complete the member information form and send it to the ASHB secretary, Sarah Croker (scroker@anatomy.usyd.edu.au)

Contact

Membership enquires should be directed to the ASHB treasurer (Kate Domett).