UniSport Australia AGM & National Conference
Annual General Meeting
The 2020 UniSport Australia Annual General Meeting (AGM) was held online on Thursday May with over 70 attendees.
Key outcomes from the meeting include the appointment of three Directors to the UniSport Board (filling three vacancies), and inducting Martin Doulton (Monash University) as a UniSport Life Member.
The next AGM will be held in May 2021.
The developments surrounding COVID-19 have seen unprecedented actions being taken by the Australian Government to stem the rate of community infection. Universities have also taken strong measures to ensure the health and safety of staff and students.
The well being of our participants, staff, volunteers and officials is of the utmost importance and as such, UniSport have taken to decision to cancel our 2020 UniSport conference that was due to be held in May.
About the conference
The UniSport National Conference unites university sport administrators and managers for networking opportunities and conversations surrounding issues that drive the university sport sector.
The conference attracts over 160 university sport leaders, keynote speakers, university sport administrators and managers as well as representatives from international university sport federations, national sporting organisations and key university stakeholders.
The next UniSport National conference will be held in May 2021.
The following UniSport award winners were announced at the recent UniSport AGM:
Most outstanding sporting achievement by a student-athlete: Minna Atherton (Bond University)
Most outstanding performance by a student-athlete with a disability: Jaryd Clifford (The University of Melbourne)
Most outstanding performance by an Indigenous student-athlete: Jemma Mi Mi (Queensland University of Technology)
Male student-athlete of the year: Matt Denny (Griffith University)
Female student-athlete of the year: Catriona Bisset (The University of Melbourne)
Team of the year: University of Wollongong Mens Football Team
Official of the year: Peter Rowe (University of South Australia) & Teyler Miller (The University of Western Australia)
Community Leadership award: Casey Sims (Queensland University of Technology)
Most outstanding social media campaign: RMIT University
Most outstanding contribution by a student volunteer: Tyson Lingham (RMIT University)
Most outstanding photo from a 2019 UniSport Nationals event: Nick Sterkenburg (Macquarie University)
The 2021 Conference schedule will be available early next year once the conference venue has been confirmed
Delegates attending the UniSprot conference are able to keep track of all things relating to the event via the official conference app. The app content includes
the ability to connect with speakers via speaker bios
view photos and comments from sessions attended
connect with other delegates via the contact list
explore exhibitors and sponsor offers
If your company is interested in sponsorship opportunities via our conference app, contact Leith Brooke for more information
The conference presents an opportunity for businesses and sponsors to interact wtih conference delegates. If your business is interested in exhibiting at our conference in 2021, contact Donna Spethman for more information.
Once the conference venue is confirmed for 2021, accommodation options will be provided to delegates.