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Amy Stringfellow

Cybersecurity researcher
As a cybersecurity researcher in defence, Amy uses data to protect the country.

Dr Muneera Bano

Senior Lecturer, Deakin University
Dr Muneera Bano overcame cultural prejudice to achieve her dreams of an education – and is determined to help others overcome gender stereotypes too.

Maru Nihoniho

Founder and Managing Director, Metia Interactive
Maru Nihoniho took the long route to her career in gaming – but now she’s considered one of the most influential people in the industry.

Hannah Craighead

Software Engineer
Hannah Craighead studied engineering at NZ’s Victoria University of Wellington before landing a killer gig working for Google in London.

Kathy Zhu

Security engineer
For her day job, Kathy Zhu detects cyber criminals’ attempts to hack Google

Kasvi Luthra

Information Security Analyst
Books and movies inspired Kasvi to pursue a career in tech – but she’s found the reality is even better than fiction

Hinerangi Edwards

Director, AATEA Solutions
Hinerangi Edwards says technology lets Maori people raise children in community and can also be used to enhance kids’ connections to language and culture.

Genevieve Richards

Machine Learning Engineer
From stacks of study and a summer internship to a graduate gig at CBA, machine learning engineer Genevieve Richards has made the most of her career opportunities.

Christina Van Houten

Cybersecurity Strategist
Christina and her team help protect global businesses from the bad guys.

Monmayuri Ray

Data Specialist
Data scientist Monmayuri Ray believes gender is irrelevant if you have a passion for tech.

Peter Kydas

Cyber Captain
Peter Kydas was the president of a unique club at his uni that teaches students about cyber security careers.

Mahsa Mohaghegh

She# Founder
Academic Mahsa Mohaghegh is a mentor and diversity advocate for computer science students and young coders.

A guide on changing preferences for Australian universities

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If exam stress meant you didn’t have your head on straight while choosing your uni preferences, we’ve got good news: it’s ok to change your mind, and changing preferences at this stage could mean studying your perfect degree. Here's how to do it.

Virtual reality is revolutionising remote mental health care

VR careers
Virtual reality (VR) may pave the way for myriad new opportunities.

Fighting antibiotic resistance is a full time STEM job

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The war against antibiotic resistance requires some serious revision, says Nobel Prize in Chemistry (2009) laureate Ada Yonath.