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23 March 2018

veski & Monash University, with support from the British Consulate General Melbourne launch the inspiring women STEM sidebyside program 

 

29 September 2017

Opinion piece published in www.growingtallpoppies.com by Dr Hannah Coughlan

12 September 2017

Opinion piece published in www.growingtallpoppies.com by Dr Jessica Kvansakul

6 September 2017

The Graeme Clark Institute for Biomedical Engineering and the Melbourne Academic Centre for Health (MACH) have announced the Inaugural HealthTech Innovation Challenge, with four cash prizes of $20,000 each to develop technologies used to prevent, diagnose, monitor or treat disease or medical conditions. The Innovation challenge promotes STEMM-based interdisciplinary research and fosters the translation of research with applications that will lead to improvements in health outcomes. 
 

9 August 2017

Opinion piece published in www.growingtallpoppies.com by Patricia Gadd

11 July 2017

Growing up as a little girl with four siblings on five acres of land was fun. I got to explore the outdoors and its intricate surrounds, and was never really connected to social media. Watching tadpoles in our pond change to frogs over time and catching all sorts of insect was all the mind boggling mysteries a young child needed to start to wonder: why did things occur and how does life go on and transform into different things?

27 June 2017

The Office of Prevention and Women's Equality Department of Premier and Cabinet is offering 100 scholarships in partnership with Leadership Victoria and the Australian Institute of Company Directors for Victorian weomen to access board governance training through the new Women's Board Leadership program (formerly Victorian Women's Governance Scholarship Program). 

27 June 2017

As Victoria's first and only female premier, the late Joan Kirner's political legacy is characterised by her commitment to promoting women and reforming education.

Joan dedicated her career to mentoring many young people and women. The Victorian Government is recognising her legacy through the new Joan Kirner Young and Emerging Women Leaders program.

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