Hear about the Program’s impact on mid-career women in the health and medical research sector, from an implementation perspective and from the firsthand experiences of a participating mentor and mentee.
Topic: Professional development
Supporting women in STEMM to gain prestigious international fellowships
Female STEMM academics at the University of Southern Queensland were targeted to apply for Higher Education Academy Fellowships, which recognises teaching excellence.
Cygnet Award application (career development) – University of Newcastle
The University of Newcastle tackles barriers in career development support.
Towards a better minority/gender representation in Australian higher education: the case of Asian female academics
Taking an intersectional approach to gender equity, Nana Oishi outlines several interventions to address the challenges faced by Asian women academics.
LIBRA: experiential learning in gender equality simulation for student leaders
Through role-playing activities, the LIBRA leadership training programme teaches students skills and behaviours that promote gender equality.
The role of professional member organisations in promoting gender equity and advancing women in healthcare leadership
Most organisations had policies on flexible and interrupted training, but few had transparent data on how people were selected for committees or training programs.
The power of conversation: Lessons from incorporating social justice issues into human physiology and employability curriculum
By linking social justice issues to undergraduate course materials, students develop bystander intervention skills that they use years after graduating.
Lifting diversity and inclusion in economics: how the Australian Women in Economics Network put the evidence into action
Through mentoring initiatives and more, the Women in Economics Network almost doubled women’s representation in the Economic Society of Australia.
Evaluating the Franklin Women Mentoring Program
Hear how the Franklin Women Mentoring Program helped mid-career women get ahead in the health and medical research sector.
A sustainable program to support early academic careers
Learn about Curtin University’s program to fast-track the careers of junior academics through mentorship, peer networking and executive support.
Everybody needs a little MAGIC
Participants reflect on how Mentoring and Guidance in Careers (MAGIC) workshops have impacted their lives, two to four years later.