FUNDING GRANTS FOR WOMEN’S LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT In 2016 Women & Leadership Australia is administering a national initiative to support the development of female leaders across the environmental sciences. The initiative is providing women in environmental science with grants for leadership development. More specifically, grant applications are open for women at three levels. Please click […]
Undertake a short (< 5 minute) survey about your experience of gender inequality (or lack of) in coastal geoscience and engineering. This will add to an initial survey undertaken at the International Coastal Symposium in March 2016, which indicated that this is an instructive endeavour We would greatly appreciate your participation in this survey, which will help […]
For many of us, whether we are in academia, government, or industry, job insecurity and short-term contracts can become draining. Dr Dani Barrington is a Research Fellow jointly appointed by Monash University and the International Water Centre, and an Honorary Fellow at The University of Queensland. As her contract ends in a few weeks, Dani shares her thoughts on how […]
A reflection by Shari Gallop, Ana Vila-Concejo and Sarah Hamylton The Women in Coastal Geoscience and Engineering (WICGE) network was officially launched on 8th March 2016 at the International Coastal Symposium in Sydney, Australia. We were pleased to have a great turnout of around 70 people, with a good mix of men and women which […]
Being the first woman chairing the International Coastal Symposium – unconscious bias and microagressions.
By Associate Professor Ana Vila Concejo It was 2013 when A/Prof. Peter Cowell and I, both at the University of Sydney, decided that hosting the International Coastal Symposium in Sydney would be a good idea. I was pregnant at the time with my second son. Now my son can count to 10 in two languages, […]
Early bird registration for the ICS 2016 in Sydney, Australia closes December 31. Visit http://ics2016.org/ to register and hope to see you there!