2019 Macquarie Women Shaping the Future Symposium

Back by popular demand, this fast-paced event on Wednesday 6 March (1.30pm – 3pm) will feature ten exceptional female academics whose work is shaping the world in truly amazing ways. A highlight of Gender Equity Week in 2018, this inspiring event is not to be missed. Register now.

Catholic ‘Family Values’: A Surprising History
Clare Monagle
Department of Modern History, Politics and International Relations

Breathe on me and I’ll save your life
Noushin Nasiri
School of Engineering

Banker Remuneration in the Shadow of Hayne
Elizabeth Sheedy
Macquarie Applied Finance Centre

Fifty shades of mole
Helen Rizos
Department of Biomedical Sciences

We are made of star stuff: understanding stellar alchemy
Devika Kamath
Department of Physics and Astronomy

Hearing loss masquerading as dementia
Cath McMahon
Department of Linguistics

More than luck: returning to work after breast cancer
Senia Kalfa
Department of Management

Romancing crazy rich asians
Hsu-Ming Teo
Department of English

Fishing for treatments for neurodegenerative diseases
Angela Laird
Department of Biomedical Sciences

Shaping education policies for LGBTIQ kids
Tiffany Jones
Department of Educational Studies





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