International Women's Day (IWD) 2018
UNSW Workplace Diversity has launched a new website for International Women's Day on Thursday, 8 March, 2018. Visit the page to find out about exciting events you can attend to get involved, what UNSW has been doing to #PressforProgress, including the SAGE Athena SWAN program as lead by our very own Professor Laura Poole-Warren (Pro Vice Chancellor [Research Training] & Dean of Graduate Research), who is also UNSW's Gender Champion.
WiRN is UNSW's forum for research-active women to connect with one another to form positive professional relationships. WiRN aims to strengthen the capacity of UNSW for gender equity to enable women to achieve their goals. This is undertaken through the trifecta of support, information, and advocacy:
- SUPPORT Encourage women in research to come together to share experiences and network with colleagues.
- INFORM Provide access to, and be a conduit for, communication pathways for events, skills-development, seminars and keynote speeches
- ADVOCATE Identify and raise systemic issues to promote gender equity at UNSW
WiRN provides a networking group to access events, skills development, seminars and keynote speeches — mouse-over each of the images below to access all areas: membership, committee, events and workshops, news, links, mentoring, special interest groups and submissions. Please, come along, contribute, comment and contact us!
View the Welcome message by Professor Laura Poole-Warren, Pro Vice-Chancellor (Research Training)