READ THE REPORT READ COVERAGE IN ‘THE AUSTRALIAN’ READ THE COVERAGE IN ‘ABC NEWS’ READ COVERAGE IN ‘THE GUARDIAN AUSTRALIA’ READ THE COVERAGE IN ‘CHEMISTRY WORLD‘ LISTEN TO COVERAGE ON ‘RADIO NATIONAL’ The latest OECD data show that just over 30 per cent of tertiary qualifications were awarded to women in STEM fields in OECD…
Guardian journalist Melissa Davey highlights the key findings from the 2015 Professionals Australia Women in STEM Survey Report.
John Ross, Higher Education journalist from The Australian reports on the key findings of the Professionals Australia 2015 Women in STEM Professions Survey Report – The Slower Track.
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In July 2015, the then Minister for Education and Training, the Hon Christopher Pyne MP appointed Dr Ian Watt to conduct a review of research policy and funding arrangements.
John Ross from The Australian comments on the findings of the recently-released 2015 Professional Scientists Remuneration Survey Report.
The annual Professional Scientists Remuneration Survey Summary Report released today shows cost-cutting
is impacting 77.3 percent of Australia’s science organisations.
Over the weekend of 31 October/1 November, the Scientists’ Division Committee met in Melbourne to formulate the Division’s program for 2016. Each year the Committee meets around five times by phone hookup and once at its face-to-face planning meeting. The Committee reviewed the Division’s activities in 2014/15 which included: advocacy work on science funding in…
Members are notified of the 2015 Annual General Meeting
Scientists at Melbourne’s Synchrotron research facility are striking on Tuesday to defend their wages and entitlements, despite new Minister for Science Christopher Pyne touting the importance of innovation for economic growth. “Professionals Australia members will take the unusual step of protesting outside the Synchrotron facility on Tuesday morning,” said Professionals Australia Victorian Director, Sharelle Herrington. “We…
There is cautious optimism about the prospects for Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths following the appointment of the Hon Malcolm Turnbull as Prime Minister.