Networks

There are an abundance of networks across Australia each designed to support and motivate different groups of women in STEM. STEM Women aims to put all these networks in one place, so you can find the right one for you.

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Avid Research – Australian STEM Stories Podcast, Seeking Interviewees

Ongoing

Amelia Travers of Avid Research is looking for women in STEM to feature on her podcast, telling their own unique story about their STEM career. If you would like to find out more about being interviewed for the podcast, email Amelia via the link below.

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National

The National Committee for Nutrition is Seeking New Members

Until 12 Oct 2020

The National Committee for Nutrition is now calling for expressions of interest from early- and mid-career researchers interested in contributing to the implementation of the Decadal Plan for Nutrition.

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NCI women in HPC catch-ups

Ongoing

NCI Australia holds a fortnightly Zoom catch-up on Wednesday afternoons for women in high performance computing to meet, support and uplift one another. Click through to register for upcoming catch-ups

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The F Factor

The F Factor is a different kind of community group. Our purpose is to be a holistic support network for the entire duration of our members' technology careers. We want to see more women making it into technology leadership and less women exciting careers in tech mid-career.

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R-Ladies

R-Ladies is a global network of women in the R community, designed to offer support and visibility.

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Women in STEMM Australia

Women in STEMM Australia is a nationally recognised association for women in science, technology, engineering, mathematics and medicine (STEMM). Our over-arching goal is to connect women in STEMM regardless of their discipline and profession.

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Indigenous Women in Mining and Resources Australia

IWRA was founded to create a stronger connection with indigenous women in this traditionally male, non-indigenous dominated sector.  IWIMRA is focused on creating a national framework that will support indigenous women who are currently participating and aspiring to grow within this sector. To reach our end goal, which is to establish positive role models within our industry, at decision making levels, we must start with positive daily conversations. Our thoughts become our words and our words become our actions. This is our guiding principle

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STEMinist Book Club

STEMinist Book Club provides an online space for like-minded women to discuss books about women in STEM and feminsim. Group members also meet up physically in cities around the world including Sydney, Dublin, Istanbul, Montreal and Oxford. Meet-ups are a welcome opportunity for groups of like-minded Stemminists to get together in a relaxed atmosphere, to network, discuss some of the current challenges for women in Stemm and share solutions and solidarity. 

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She Codes

She Codes is a movement devoted to helping women just like you up their tech skills, and get into tech careers. Running events across Western Australia and Queensland. 

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Muses

A community that is passionate about #genderDiversity, making #JavaScript and #Nodejs #workshops for women and other gender minorities in tech #WomeninTech.