2017 Queensland Women in STEM Prize & communication training

The Office for Women and Domestic Violence Reform is pleased to be a partner for the Women in STEM Awards 2017 and communication training being offered as part of the Queensland Women’s Strategy 2016-21.

Are you working in a STEM field?

Do you identify as a woman?

The World Science Festival Brisbane, and the Queensland Government’s Office of the Queensland Chief Scientist and Office for Women and are proud to present the 2017 Women in STEM prize.

Two cash prizes of $5,000 are available.

The aim of the competition is to showcase inspiring females working in STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) careers whose practice aligns with Queensland’s Science and Research Priorities and has the potential to benefit Queensland.

The 2017 Women in STEM prize will also identify those female STEM professionals who are not only making a positive to contribution to their individual field, but are also engaging with and communicating their practice to a broader community.

Enter here: https://queensland-women-in-stem-prize-2017.thinkable.org

Competition closes 17 February 2017

Women interested in entering the competition and further developing their communication skills are invited to register for a FREE communication training session (details below).

Training session

Date: Monday 30 January 2016

Time: 9 am – 4.30 pm, includes morning & afternoon tea and lunch

Location: Auditorium, 111 George Street Brisbane

Dress: Casual

Register: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/women-in-stem-communication-training-session-tickets-30112619656

Please feel free to forward this email to your female colleagues.

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