WOMEESA NSW Networking Event: Navigating Careers in Earth and Environmental Sciences
Sydney, Tuesday 24 July 2018
WOMEESA are excited to announce our first NSW Networking event: Navigating Careers in Earth and Environmental Sciences
Please come and join us at 12 Wally’s Walk (aka E7A), Macquarie University, Sydney, on Tuesday 24th July from 5:30 – 8:30pm.
The event is free!!!! but you will need to register here as places are limited:
The evening will consist of an invited speaker, panel discussions and networking activities. Nibbles and drinks will also be provided. All genders and career stages welcome (high school students to professors). Further program details to follow shortly.
This event is proudly supported by the NSW Geological Society of Australia (GSA) and hosted by Macquarie University.
To learn more about the NSW GSA and membership of the society please go to:
Looking forward to meeting you there!
Heather Handley (President)
April Foote (Secretary)
We'd like to send a warm welcome everyone who has joined the WOMEESA community since our launch on Thursday. We currently have 128 members!!
If you haven't joined already, you can join at www.womeesa.net/membership.
Our committee is also growing and we're working hard behind the scenes right now so that we can start to provide exciting opportunities.
We'll be in touch again with everyone very very soon!
With the expansion of the network to cover Australasia, we need a new logo and so are reaching out to our members for a new design.
If you would like to design a logo please email your design idea, with a sentence or two explaining it, to WOMEESA.email@example.com by 30th April 2018.
The top 3 logos (as selected by majority vote by the committee) will then be up for public vote on twitter/facebook to find the winner.
Nominate someone/or apply yourself if eligible and let's grow our WOMEESA Tall Poppies
Nominations for the annual Young Tall Poppy Science Awards for 2018 opened FOR ALL STATES in Australia at 9am on Monday the 26th of February and will close a midnight on Monday the 9th of April.
Uniquely, these awards recognise excellence in early career research across all the sciences including mathematics, alongside a passion and capacity to communicate science to the community.
For further details see http://www.aips.net.au/tall-poppies/nominations/