The Australia-Indonesia Centre presents: Women in STEM
Jul 16, 2020 01:00 PM
Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney
The coronavirus pandemic has shown the vital role that science and research have in understanding the world we live in, and helping to develop sound policy and evidence-based decisions in the face of an unprecedented situation.
Gender equality is critical to improved research and application. However, on average, only 30% of the world’s researchers are women, and women are still underrepresented as both students and employees in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
Join our webinar to:
– Meet women who are clearing the path and providing inspiration,
– Learn how to overcome challenges in STEM fields; and
– Understand that study in STEM is good for a career, and good for the world.
– Valerina Daniel, Media & Communications Practitioner and Policy Advisor
– Prerana Mehta, Chief of Ecosystem Development @ AustCyber
– Professor Anu Rammohan, AIC Senior Fellow and Professor of Economics @ UWA Business School
– Dr Hasnawati Saleh, PAIR Research Coordinator @ The Australia-Indonesia Centre
– Helen Brown, Head of Communications & Outreach @ The Australia-Indonesia Centre
– (Moderator) Helen Fletcher-Kennedy, COO @ The Australia-Indonesia Centre
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