Don Burnside A/ Membership Officer. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
As at 28 April 2020 we have 228 members, including 37 complimentary members. Ninety (90) members have paid for membership in 2020, being 52 per cent of those who need to renew for 2020 or beyond.
Seventy four (74) members have paid for 2020 only, and a further 16 people have paid for the next three year period (2020-2022). Together with the 26 members already on three year memberships (2018-2020 and 2019-2021), this makes a total of 116 members who are financial so far this year.
A further 75 members will need to renew for 2020 (or 2020-2022 if they elect for the three year membership), and have been sent reminder renewal notices during April. Please pay as soon as you can, and if you have difficulties, contact email@example.com.
Membership at 28 April 2020
|Category||Hardcopy Journal + RMN||E-journal + RMN||RMN only||Total|
|Members still needing to renew in 2020||38||19||18||75|
|Members paid for 2020 already||70||41||5||116|
|Complimentary members for 2020||9||28||0||37|
|Institutional subscribers to the Journal||10||83||0||93|
Following up ARS2019 attendees who are non-members
We are sending an invitation to join the ARS to all non-members who attended the Canberra conference, reminding them of what a great conference they recently attended and how we can only continue to provide such events if we have a strong membership.
Trends in membership over recent years
As shown in the table below, the Society’s membership has been relatively stable over the last seven years. We tend to obtain new members in conference years, with some loss of members in the intervening years.
|ARS members at 31 December||246||220||221||182||231||209||224**|
|ARS Members joined during year||26||22||37||38||71||16||39|
|ARS Members left during year||40||48||36||77||22||38||14|
|Institutional subscribers to the Journal||90||91||95||90||91||93||93|