Join the Australian Government’s Women in STEM Ambassador and SAGE to learn from a 20-year study of Australian research grants and explore practical actions towards gender equity.
Knowledge, skills and experiences developed to be an effective university EDI practitioner
Three Associate Deans reflect on how they work collectively, share resources and grow their EDI knowledge to drive inclusion at their institution.
Funding innovation: Western Sydney University’s Vice-Chancellor’s Gender Equity Fund
The Fund supports projects that improve the university’s knowledge or practice in gender equity. Hear about the benefits and learnings from administering the Fund.
Episode 18: Gender equity at Western Sydney University
Professor Janice Aldrich-Wright talks about how joining SAGE has helped Western Sydney University build on their strong track record of delivering impactful policies and programs for gender equity.
Episode 13: How to Athena Swan (Part 2: Consultation and action plan)
To solve gender inequity, we need to know what’s happening and why. Next, we create an action plan, but implementing it requires a huge team effort.
Episode 12: How to Athena Swan (Part 1: Self-assessment and discovery)
What does it take to get an Athena Swan Award? How is SAGE different from other gender equity programs? We ask Lucie Joschko from Monash University.
Macquarie University’s Inclusion Committees continue to grow
Read how Macquarie is encouraging more staff to take ownership of diversity and inclusion within their departments.
Lessons from Monash University’s Athena Swan journey
Drawing on insights from Monash University’s SAGE journey, Dr Lucie Joschko shares handy tips on applying for an Athena Swan Bronze Award.
DSTG tackles their action plan with Tiger Teams
The Defence Science and Technology Group formed small, temporary teams to divide and conquer their SAGE action plan.
Empowering faculties and portfolios to lead D&I action, targets and impact
How can organisations effectively engage more staff to drive change at a departmental level? Macquarie University’s network of local D&I committees may be a useful model.
Learning from the experiences of Project Leads and Self-Assessment Teams
Implementing Athena Swan at an institution is a major project. How can we ensure that the people driving this work are well-supported?