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  • ‘Imposter Syndrome’ can have harmful impacts on c-suite execs

    While 'imposter syndrome' is most common in high achieving women, and a constant foe, there are methods to combat the problem: Don’t let the critical voice steer you down the wrong path, and acknowledge the critic as a source of information, not a directive of truth.

    Written by Jennifer O'Brien05 July 17 09:38
  • Women in STEM roles ‘feel like frauds’

    “Why is the number of women in Australia who are choosing STEM careers falling?" It’s a common question and one that the tech industry doesn’t seem to be able to answer too well.

    Written by Byron Connolly15 June 17 14:48
  • Human Services seeks STEM grads for CIO scheme

    ​The Department of Human Services (DHS) is offering university graduates with STEM skills places on a six month IT career development scheme.

    Written by George Nott28 March 17 14:57
  • Aussie innovator, Solange Cunin, brings space down into the classroom

    A self-confessed space geek, Cuberider co-founder and CEO, Solange Cunin, has achieved at 23 what most can only dream of. Not only has she helped launch the first Australian rocket mission to the International Space Station (ISS), but she is changing the mindset of kids on the ground, helping them do real-life space missions.

    Written by Jennifer O'Brien09 March 17 16:43
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  • Do We Need a Title IX for STEM Workers?

    Senior government official says the landmark education reform bill is a possible template for addressing shortage of technical workers and bridging the gender gap in IT.

    Written by Kenneth Corbin16 May 14 23:57

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