Women Researchers' Network 2021 Symposium

Join RMIT’s Women Researchers’ Network for our annual symposium as we present on the theme of Connection: disconnection, reconnection and connecting with care.

Hear from a range of speakers on the topic of connection and how this has changed over the past two years, and participate in a workshop on intersectionality hosted by the Multicultural Centre for Women’s Health.

In addition to the workshop, you'll hear a keynote presentation from Jacyl Shaw (Global Director - GHD Digital D- Lab) and panel discussion with Distinguished Professor Larissa Hjorth (ECP Director, Design & Creative Practice, RMIT), Dr. Greeni Maheshwari (Lecturer - Quantitative Methods, RMIT Vietnam), Professor Asha Rao (Associate Dean, Mathematical Sciences, RMIT) & Dr Kim Gordon (Manager, Research Partnerships, RMIT).

As part of the symposium we are giving our researchers and HDR students the opportunity to showcase their work and present A0 academic posters with the opportunity to receive a prize. Please register your interest in submitting a poster here.

We are excited to host you for some much needed face-to-face connecting with the wider WRN network. The afternoon includes networking drinks. Registration is essential.
The event will be held in person on the RMIT City Campus, exact location to be shared closer to the date.

Please note: the Symposium is free and WRN will provide light refreshments throughout the afternoon. Academic and professional staff and HDRs are welcome, and this event is inclusive of all genders. Capacity is limited. WRN will follow all COVID-safe and social distancing protocols, and proof of vaccination will be required for attendance.

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