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Women in STEM UniSA

Description

The University of South Australia Women in STEM club is a great network that supports women entering non-traditional fields such as science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. This club invites all students, men, and women, who are studying, researching, and pursuing careers in STEM fields to join us.

STEM includes a range of different disciplines including, but not limited to Aviation, Biochemistry, Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Engineering, Mathematics, Physics, Psychology, and Statistics.

The club provides excellent opportunities for members to network between themselves and establishes a network with professional women and men in the workforce. We aim to connect all women by promoting an inclusive culture through community involvement.

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Keep update to date on our Social Media Platforms!
Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/WomeninSTEMUniSA/
Instagram:
https://www.instagram.com/winstemunisa/
Linked In:
https://www.linkedin.com/in/women-in-stem-unisa/
Twitter:
https://twitter.com/WinSTEMUniSA

Here are some of our frequently asked questions!

🔹 "What does STEM stand for?"
Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.

🔹 "Do I have to be studying a STEM degree to join the club?"
Not at all! You can join our club regardless of the degree you’re studying.

🔹 “Do I need to be a Woman to join the club?”
Of course not! If you support the idea of equality in STEM, you’re more than welcome to our club.

🔹 "What sort of events does your club hold?"
Diverse range of events 😊 from our Annual International Womens Day Breakfast to networking events. Also many personal and professional development workshops.

🔹 "What are the benefits of being a club member?"
Being a member means being apart of an inclusive community that allows those in the minority of STEM fields to come together. Exclusive opportunities in networking and workshops. Finding support with other students who share our unique position. The warm community you become apart of! We learn from each other so much and that truly is a source of empowerment!

🔹 “Which Campus are you located at?”
We’re based mostly at Mawson Lakes but we do host events on and have members across all the other campuses.

🔹 "How often does your club meet?"
The club executives meet once a month to plan and organize events for the club members

🔹 "Are there any fees associated with joining your club/participating in events?"
You can join our club for FREE. For events, it depends on the event you’re attending. There may or may not be a fee charged for participation.

🔹 "Do I need to be a UniSA student to join the club?"
If you are a university student (or alumni) and can provide a student ID number and have a USASA account, then you are welcome to join in!

🔹 "Can I participate in club activities without a membership?"
Yes! People are welcome to participate in an activity or join our meetings without a membership to get a feel for how we run things and what we do before officially joining!

Events

Online Zoom Event

Have you ever wondered what it is like to be a Professional in STEM as a Woman? What is it like being a Project Manager, Director or Consultant in the workplace? Women in STEM have gathered an amazing panel of Women in STEM Professionals who will share their experiences with us online! Please join us on Wednesday September 29th at 4pm 🥰

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Online Zoom Event

Are you curious what work will be like after graduation? How will I cope with the transition into a new workplace and what should I expect? What do I do now? If this is you in anyway, you should come along to our "Life as Graduate" Networking Event! Women in STEM have gathered an amazing panel of Women in STEM Graduates who will share their experiences with us online! Please join us on Friday October 8th at 4pm 🥰

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News

In light of the recent 7NEWS story that "Three students walking through UniSA’s Mawson Lakes campus have been terrorised by a pair of bandits allegedly armed with a gun. Police say one of the men pulled out a handgun and demanded cash before fleeing empty-handed last night." Women in STEM would like to remind all of our members and fellow students the many ways you can keep safe on campus. 💙

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The staff at EY presented us with an amazing and insightful STEM Showcase! This showcase included a sample into the STEM focused work that their teams do, a panel of experts for Q&A, and a networking opportunity at the end!

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Our afternoon picnic with USASOE was a much needed break from assessments and exam revision! We got to meet some new people and painted fun canvas's.

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