Saturday, May 15, 2021
Tamina Pitt - Landing a gig at Google

Landing a gig at Google

Tamina Pitt is a Wuthathi and Meriam woman working to make Google Maps easy to use.
Women in AI awards

Women in AI and Data Science awards

Innovative women in AI (artificial intelligence) and data science from Australia and New Zealand were recognised at the first ever event in Sydney on Friday.
Karlie Noon - astronomy ambassador

A day in the life of an astronomy ambassador

Karlie Noon is an astronomy ambassador for The Sydney Observatory. She shares her STEM journey and deets about her cool job with us!
Tessa and Celeste Carnegie

STEM sisters – Tessa and Celeste Carnegie

Birrigubba Juru and South Sea Islander women Tessa and Celeste Carnegie promote the participation of women and Indigenous youth in STEM.
Woman in tech

Quiz: Which woman in tech are you?

Maybe you're Susan Wojcicki, CEO of YouTube or Reshma Saujani, founder of Girls Who Code?
Advice from Women in STEM

Advice from women in STEM

We round up some brilliant advice from women in STEM that will be inspire you as your take your own study and career journey.
Isabella Ennever

Q&A with up-and-coming girl in STEM Isabella Ennever

Country to Canberra Award winner, a great writer and thinker at just 16, Isabella Ennever shares with us some inspiring thoughts and her experiences...
Women in STEM

Class guide to International Women’s Day

We celebrate Safer Internet Day by sharing tips and tricks for staying safe online, plus look at cool STEM careers in cybersecurity.
Samantha Nixon 2020 Queensland Women in STEM Prize winner

We’re Baccck for Girls Day Out in STEM – Online Event

Girls Day Out in STEM (GDOS) empowers and inspires girls aged 10 -14 years towards a career in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) in a fun, safe and engaging environment.
Accessible food packaging

STEM champion fights for accessible food packaging

Jerusha Mather, a PhD student in the medical sciences at Victoria University, is kickstarting a petition to make food packaging more accessible
female engineer

Industry cadetships: tapping the talents of women in STEM

Australia loses female talent at every stage of the STEM pipeline. A program in which educators and industry work together to help women gain in-demand skills is one piece in the puzzle.

Roxi from The Bachelor is a mechanical engineer and you should see her CV

Roxi Kenny from The Bachelor has some seriously impressive woman in STEM credentials. It’s no secret that we crushed on bachelor Matt Agnew’s epic astrophysics-turned-data-science career...

5 paths into engineering if you don’t ace your ATAR

alternative pathways into engineering
Stressed about getting an amazing ATAR score? The good news is that there are loads of alternative pathways that can lead to an awesome engineering career.

Premium gigs: STEM grads in insurance

The insurance industry isn’t all about premiums and claims. There is also cool modelling around how natural hazards may affect people’s lives and that requires experts in data and analytics

Meet the scientists with the skills to fight COVID-19

COVID-19
The global pandemic has shone a light on scientists with the skills to understand and fight back against COVID-19