Wednesday 12 May, 12pm-1pm AEST
As part of the celebration of International Women in Mathematics Day, we'd like to invite you to join us for an engaging panel discussion that brings together some top leaders in education in Australia.
The aim of the discussion is to be forward-looking and to explore how we can get more women in higher-level positions in universities, as well as more women in STEM and, specifically, the mathematical sciences. The panellists will examine why this is so important and look at the benefits of having more diversity in these different areas.
- Professor Ana Deletic Executive Dean, Faculty of Engineering, Queensland University of Technology
- Professor Moira O’Bryan Dean, Faculty of Science, University of Melbourne
- Professor Asha Rao Associate Dean, Mathematical Sciences, RMIT University
- Dr Rachael Quill Research Fellow, University of Melbourne, ACEMS Associate Investigator & Chair of the ACEMS Equity & Diversity Committee