Women in STEM Alumni Network
Create, Develop, Foster, Inspire
Welcome University of Adelaide Women in STEM Alumni community
The Women in STEM alumni network (WiSAN) aims to develop and foster a supportive, diverse and inspiring community for its graduates through engagement, peer mentoring, personal and professional development and support for the next generation of Women in STEM.
As you travel on your different paths, you have the opportunity to connect with other like-minded Women at similar stages of life to you. As well as being part of a network of over 140,000 alumni, you have access to exclusive Women in STEM Alumni events and programs focused on personal and professional development.
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The Women in STEM Alumni Network was created by women in STEM for women in STEM. We want to hear what you want from your network. Let us know how you would like to stay connected and what events and activities you would like to attend. Send us your suggestions.
This scholarship is jointly funded by Future Battery Industries Cooperative Research Centre (FBI CRC) and University of Adelaide to support a full-time PhD student who is undertaking research in Power Systems Engineering and application of large-scale energy storage for microgrid operation.
The Westpac Future Leaders Scholarship, valued up to $120,000, provides final year, honours and postgrad students access to support and networks to help them back their ideas and make a real difference through their research and studies. Applications close 2 September 2021.
Join our esteemed panel of doctors, scientists, and health leaders as they explore the future of modern health care, the rise of the machine, and fact versus fiction when it comes to artificial intelligence.
The Fishbowl Challenge is a 6-month intensive venture-building program and competition for young university entrepreneurs. Participants work in international teams with students across the globe to build tech-based social ventures. Applications close 1 July 2021.
Scientists confirm that the lower River Murray was not an estuary more than 7,000 years ago – reinforcing scientific evidence likely to influence important river management policy decisions.
Australian reptiles face serious conservation threats from illegal poaching fuelled by international demand and the exotic pet trade.
A summary of seminars and events hosted by the Department of Physics at the University of Adelaide.
A summary of seminars and events hosted by the Department of Earth Sciences at the University of Adelaide.