Resources and Opportunities
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Webinar: Reducing Stress and Building Resilience
On 15 Jul 2020
Franklin Women are offering a webinar featuring ‘R U OK?’ ambassador Chelsea Pottenger sharing tips for stress reduction, coping and enhanced productivity. The webinar will be held at 10.30 am AEST on 15 July and costs $14.50 for members or $35 for guests.
Angela Saini: Live Q&A session on racism in science, medicine and academia
On 16 Jul 2020
The Illawarra Health and Medical Research Institute is presenting a live online Q&A session with Angela Saini, British journalist and author of bestseller Inferior: How Science Got Women Wrong and new release Superior: The Return of Race Science. The session begins 8.30 am AEST on Thursday 16 July.
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.
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.
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
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.