MQ Women in Engineering Leadership Summit

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A great opportunity to nurture your leadership skills!!

Macquarie University Women in Engineering (@ School of Engineering) and IEEE Macquarie University Women in Engineering affinity group would like to invite you all to join for the" MQ Women in Engineering Leadership Summit".  MQ Women in Engineering leadership Summit consists of sessions which will help in nurturing leadership skills and provides a platform for networking with the leaders from the Industry and Academia. Event is organised for early to mid-career academic staff members and HDRs of Macquarie University. Further details regarding session and speakers, are given in the attached flyer.

 

When and Where?

09:00-17:00

April 15, 2019

MUSE Conference Hall,

Level 3, 18 Wally’s Walk

Macquarie University

Please register at 

https://mqwie_leadershipsummit.eventbrite.com.au

 

Networking sessions during Lunch, Morning and afternoon tea breaks.



  Date and Time

  Location

  Contact

  Registration



  • Muse Conference Hall level 3, 18 Wally's Walk
  • Macquarie University
  • Sydney, New South Wales
  • Australia 2109
  • Building:

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  • For queries, please contact at naila.mukhtar@mq.edu.au

  • Co-sponsored by Macquarie University Student branch (STB21541)


  Speakers

Tracey Gramlick of Leader of Verification Services, CSIRO

Biography:

Tracey Gramlick has a background in Engineering and a Master in Technology Management and Administration. With more than thirty years of experience in the industrial metals and building products sectors she has had diverse experience in a number of manufacturing, R&D, advocacy, management and marketing roles in private, not for profit and government enterprises. She has travelled extensively in her various roles and has presented at numerous conferences in Australia and overseas on business growth and development, building and construction practices and standards, sustainability, and energy efficiency. Tracey recently joined the CSIRO to lead their Verification Services team in Infrastructure Technologies following 15 years as CEO and Executive Director of the Australian Window Association. She is also a board director of Standards Australia and sits on an advisory board for the Marriott Vacation Club Thailand properties.

Rose Amal of ARC Laureate Fellow UNSW

Biography:

Prof. Rose Amal is a UNSW Scientia Professor and an ARC Laureate Fellow. She is the leader of the Particles and Catalysis Research Group in the School of Chemical Engineering, UNSW, Sydney. Rose has received numerous prestigious awards including: being listed in the Australia's Top 100 Most Influential Engineers (2012-2015). She is a Fellow of Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering (FTSE), a Fellow of Australian Academy of Science (FAA) . She has received the nation’s top civilian honour – the Companion of the Order of Australia – as part of the 2018 Queen's Birthday Honours for her eminent service to chemical engineering, particularly in the field of particle technology, through seminal contributions to photocatalysis, to education as a researcher and academic, and to women in science as a role model and mentor.





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