Women in STEM Committee
|Judith Dawes and Robert Harcourt – co-chairs||Irina Zakoshanski|
|Amy Batchelor||Kerrie Tomkins|
|Andrea Ribeiro||Martina Stiemer|
|Bernard Mans||Naila Mukhtar|
|Candace Lang||Nicolette Armansin|
|Damian Moran||Paul Hesse|
|Deborah Richards||Rachael Dudaniec|
|Dilshara Hill||Roberta Palfreeman|
|Dominic Logel||Ruth Oliver|
|Emma Hastings||Rosemary Giuriato|
|Fatemah Salehi||Sophie Goodchild|
|Fleur Ponton||Sudipta Chakraborty|
|Harriet Jones||Wei Zhang|
|Heather Handley||Wilfred Gee|
|Imogen da Silva|
Survey for events to be held in 2018
We are planning talks, workshops and panel discussions and we would like to know what events would be most helpful and interesting for you. Please answer this short survey before July 31.
International Women’s Day 8 March 2018 - Faculty Morning Tea
Speakers Heather Handley and Alison Rodger
Launch of WOMEESA
A unified Australasian network of women working in Earth and Environmental Sciences in academia, industry and government
Women in STEM guest speaker October 2017
Dr Maren Wellenreuther: “Advancing the Role and Recognition of Women in Science”
Maren is Associate Professor at Lund University in Sweden and Senior Scientist at Plant and Food Research in New Zealand.
Women making a difference webpage
Minutes of recent meetings
Unconscious bias in hiring committees
It is Faculty policy for all hiring panels to discuss unconscious bias before shortlisting candidates for interview.
Harvard implicit association test
You can test your own biases.