Association of University Administrators Fellowship awarded

Kathryn Fowler, College Registrar for the College of Physical Sciences, University of Aberdeen has been awarded the Association of University Administrators (AUA) Fellowship Award.

The award recognises members who have made a significant contribution to the development of the Association and to the management and administration of the sector.

To apply for this award you have to have been a current and continuous member of AUA for 5 years.

On winning the award Mrs Fowler said: “It is such a privilege and an honour to win this award and to be recognized for all the hard work I have put into my commitment for continuing professional development of the Association of University Administrators and the sector. I am delighted to now be able to use the FAUA letters after my name.”

Alison Robinson, Executive Director of the Association of University Administrators said: “The ongoing success of the AUA is down to our network and its members. The work individuals do to develop the Association deserves recognition and this award is one way of doing this. Congratulations to Kathryn Fowler who has shown she is a passionate advocate for our profession and will continue to contribute a huge amount to the Association.”

The AUA is a member-led professional association.

AUA Membership can be a means to clearly identifying the individual practitioner with the culture, values and practices of a broader professional community, and enables individual members to enjoy a tangible benefits package of publications, networking opportunities and development events.

For more information on the Association of University Administrators and how to get involved visit or contact Jamie Tait by email:

Mrs Fowler received the Fellowship Award at the AUA annual Conference and Exhibition held at the University of Warwick in March.