Resources and Opportunities
Discover resources and opportunities available to support women in STEM across their careers and promote gender equity.
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Do you live in Tasmania and want to contribute expertise to the ABC?
ABC News has released a call for more expert women from Tasmania to join their growing database of expert sources. If you are based in Tasmania and would like to assist the ABC in adding diversity to its talent pool, please take a look.
STEM Equity Monitor
The STEM Equity Monitor is a national data report on girls’ and women’s participation in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). It presents the current state of STEM gender equity in Australia. It also provides a baseline for measuring change and trends over time in key sectors and career phases of girls’ and women’s engagement with STEM.
Women in BrainStim database
This database provides the details of female scientists working in the brain stimulation field, including their research interests and achievements. The database can be used to help conference organizers, journal editors, universities and other institutions to identify appropriately qualified female scientists to speak at conferences, join editorial boards, participate in advisory groups and on committees.
Clean Energy Council - speakers guide
The Clean Energy Council has compiled the industry's first Speakers Guide to promote gender diverse panels. The guide is designed to showcase the breadth, expertise and knowledge offered by women in the sector to event organisers.
Superstars of STEM
Superstars of STEM aims to smash society’s gender assumptions about scientists and increase the public visibility of women in STEM. STA started Superstars of STEM to create a critical mass of celebrity Australian female scientists and technologists - role models for young women and girls – and to work towards equal representation in the media of women and men working in all fields in STEM. Read Superstars of STEM Program Impact here.
Women for Media
Women for Media, an initiative of the Women's Leadership Institute Australia, was established to provide journalists and event organisers with quick access to experienced and respected Australian leaders from a range of industries.