Well-deserved recognition

Today we are delighted to announce that Women in STEMM Australia’s co-founder, Dr Marguerite Evans-Galea, was inducted into the Victorian Honour Roll of Women. Please join me in celebrating this recognition of Maggie’s commitment, capacity, vision and tireless work. She is an outstanding and passionate advocate for science and innovation, and as such represents the … More Well-deserved recognition

Looking at the World Through “Colourful” Glasses

Do you look at the world through rose-coloured glasses? When one looks at the world in this manner, things often appear better than they really are. Sometimes people are blinded to the truth of a situation because the situation does not directly impact them or someone they love. I do not fault anyone for this, … More Looking at the World Through “Colourful” Glasses

Georgina Sweet’s legacy lives on

Georgina Sweet (1875 – 1946) was an academic in the fields of zoology and parasitology at the University of Melbourne. She was an early pioneer of women in science and was appointed the University’s first woman lecturer in 1901. In 2010, the Australian Research Council (ARC) recognized Georgina’s contribution to science by naming a new laureate … More Georgina Sweet’s legacy lives on

Congrats to the 2016 Women in Research Citation Awardees

Clarivate Analytics, formerly the IP&Science business of Thomson Reuters, and the Australian National University (ANU) today announced the 2016 Women in Research Citation Awards. Several awards have been held over the last decade, and this year the focus was on Australian early- to mid-career women researchers. Clarivate Analytics and the ANU partnered to facilitate an event where the research … More Congrats to the 2016 Women in Research Citation Awardees