The event will showcase the outstanding science being conducted at Murdoch University with research presentations by four gender diverse research groups, led by outstanding female researchers. This will be followed by a panel discussion from senior researchers who will share personal views, strategies and experiences for individuals pursuing a career in STEMM.
This event aims to contribute to raising awareness, celebrating women in research, and changing attitudes across Murdoch’s staff and student community, and we encourage everyone, regardless of gender, to attend.
The event will include a keynote addresses from the Vice Chancellor Professor Eeva Leinonen and Professor Sally Kendall, followed by three presentations from gender diverse research groups, led by female researchers:
- Professor Sue Fletcher (Biomedical Science)
- Associate Professor Nicola Armstrong (Mathematics)
- Associate Professor Tania Urmee (Engineering).
Research feature presentations will be followed by a Panel Discussion with:
- Senior Lecturer Dr Paola Magni,
- Associate Professor Phil Nicholls, and
- Professor Rhonda Marriott
The afternoon will end with a catered networking session.
Visit the Eventbrite page for more information on the presenters and panelists.
DATE: Friday 30 August
TIME: 12:30pm – 3:00pm
VENUE: Hill Lecture Theatre, Murdoch University
COST: Free to attend – tickets are limited!
Please RSVP via Eventbrite before or email WomeninSTEMM@murdoch.edu.au for more information.