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4 September 2020

Professor Lisa Harvey-Smith will continue her important work as the Australian Government’s Women in STEM Ambassador for an additional two years.

Professor Harvey-Smith has played a central role in the Government’s efforts to encourage girls and women to study and work in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) since her appointment as the inaugural Ambassador in 2018. 

25 June 2020

Featuring Jessica Borgerveski inspiring women STEM sidebyside participant in 2018

"We're all in this together" has been the rallying cry from our political leaders throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. Obviously the current crisis has impacted us all, including the medical research workforce, but some have experienced inequities more severely than others.

25 June 2020

Produced by the Global Institute for Women's Leadership -  King's College London, the latest edition of Essays on Equality,  is dedicated to looking at the gendered impacts of the coronavirus crisis.  

Click to download the Essay on equality - COVID19 edition

Foreword

As the weeks and months of various lockdowns around the world have gone by, we’ve seen an abundance of evidence that pre-existing gender disadvantages are being compounded by the Covid-19 pandemic.

21 May 2020

Associate Professor Emma Sciberras: Improving outcomes for children and adolescents with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and their carers ($1,544,073)

28 April 2020

The veski inspiring women STEM sidebyside program founding partners have agreed to deliver the veski inspiring women STEM sidebyside program for a third consecutive year in 2020 - exclusively for a cohort of competitively selected mid-career emerging leaders.

Through continued communication, evaluation and review with the 2018 and 2019 alumni, the program has been highly tailored to benefit participants to build confidence to achieve their career goals. 

6 March 2020

On Friday, 6 March 2020, veski partnered with Global Victoria and the Office for Women to deliver a workshop entitled In conversation - Women in Victoria: STEM to the world – an invigorating discussion with local and international delegates as part of the inaugural all-women Global Victoria Women’s Business Summit. 

1 March 2020

Associate Professor Natalie Hannan, veski inspiring women fellow and 2018 veski inspiring women STEM sidebyside program participant, has been announced as Associate Dean, Diversity and Inclusion, in the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences at the University of Melbourne.

10 January 2020

Society has come so far in the last century that it’s easy to forget that, less than a hundred years ago, women couldn’t vote, they couldn’t own property, and they couldn’t work certain jobs. While most of that’s changed, there are still a few career paths that still feel like they’re stuck in the Middle Ages.

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