Resources and Opportunities
Discover resources and opportunities available to support women in STEM across their careers and promote gender equity.
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Avid Research – Australian STEM Stories Podcast, Seeking Interviewees
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.
Disrupting the System – Preventing and Responding to Sexual Harassment in the Workplace
Male Champions of Change has released a report on organizational approached to preventing sexual harassment in the workplace, recommending that the prevention of sexual harassment be a key point of accountability for Boards, CEOs and Executive teams.
Japan Society for the Promotion of Science Fellowships
Until 09 Nov 2020
Postdoctoral fellowships are now being offered for Australian researchers working in institutes affiliated with the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science. Successful applicants will be supported to conduct research in Japan under the mentorship of their Japanese host institution and leading research groups.
Berkeley Boot Camps - Coding
Learning to code is easier than you think. Whether you’re a novice who’s just starting out or already have prior experience with industry concepts and tools, our coding resource articles and web design tutorials can help further develop your existing skill set.
Girl Geek Academy forums
The Girl Geek Academy forums are an online space for girls aged 8+ to come and talk about tech. It's really important for girls who love STEM to make friends with like minded Girl Geeks, the forums as a way to encourage that. They're completely free and safe (monitored by the Girl Geek Academy team), and are run every Tuesday and Thursday afternoon from 4-6pm AEST.
The Future of Meetings Symposium
From 15 Sep 2020 to 17 Sep 2020
We have a goal to set out and discuss the available tools for virtual collaboration, discuss questions like accommodating time zones, and explore how we can make virtual conferences, meetings and collaboration inclusive. Registration is free and upon registration, you can start joining in the discussions.