IAG is a member of Science Technology Australia. IAG members are eligible to make use of STA services and initiatives. It would be wonderful for Geographers to enter into more of the conservation with the broader science community! Please consider the following:
1.Attending the ‘professional development’ Brisbane workshops in October: https://scienceandtechnologyaustralia.org.au/event/sta-member-workshop-brisbane/
2.Nominating for the STEM Ambassadors program https://scienceandtechnologyaustralia.org.au/seeking-ambassadors-to-share-the-best-of-australian-science-and-technology/ It is competitive and will be decided mid -2019 (closes very soon!)
3.Nominating for the Board of STA – Position description is available on the web: https://scienceandtechnologyaustralia.org.au/sta-board-nominations-open-now/
4.Apply to be a Superstar of STEM – STA is now seeking 60 Superstars of STEM to participate in the program over two years, commencing in January 2019. STA welcome applications from a diverse range of capable, passionate and articulate women in STEM from all disciplines and at any stage of their career. There is a $2,500 fee but scholarships available for minority groups: https://scienceandtechnologyaustralia.org.au/searching-for-the-next-superstars-of-stem/

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