2017 has seen most of us hit the ground running and we are in March already! Our wonderful Life Sciences Members have been frantically working on their Grants over the last couple of months and are just seeing the light at the end of the Grants tunnel!
It's time to take a well earned break and enjoy a relaxed, casual networking evening with other women in technology members and affiliates.
Women in Technology celebrate their 20 year anniversary this year and 2017 is shaping up to be an extraordinary year for Women in Technology. The hardwork of the previous 19 years has seen continuing improvement in the strength of the organisation. With increasing membership & sponsorship WiT is able, more now than in previous years, to provide members with greater opportunities, programs & support.
Investment back into the organisation in 2017 will be strong with huge benefits to our members.
We strongly encourage you to come along to our AGM whether you are a current member, new to the organisation or considering membership. The AGM and networking drinks & canapes is a great opportunity to meet new contacts or spend quality time with friends, colleagues & fellow members who are always keen to share ideas, challenges, expertise and business cards.
Networking is both fun and important - you never know when that accidental conversation could solve your problem, change your business or open up a new opportunity!
We are also very proud to have Michele Burford and Richi Nayak presenting at our AGM. Richi is our 2016 ICT Ambassador and winner of our 2016 ICT Outstanding Achievement Award and Michele is winner of our 2016 Life Sciences Research Award.
Coding is lots of fun and can be immensely useful in your career, business or self-expression helping you to be creative and productive.
In this interactive workshop we show you simple coding methods and techniques to help you create a website, blog or a game, the choice is yours.
Your workshop facilitators will be Dr Richi Nayak and her research team. Richi is Associate Professor and Higher Degree Research Director in the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Science and Engineering Faculty at QUT.
She is an internationally recognized expert in data mining, text mining and web intelligence and we are also proud to have her as our ICT Ambassador for 2016 and winner of our Infotech Outstanding Achievement Award.
Computers are available for use on site or you can bring your own device.
Proudly sponsored by:
and supported by:
School of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science
As our current Mentoring program draws to a close we invite participants to join us to regroup, network and hear of the successes and provide feedback on the program.
Sonya Trau will be joining us again at the breakfast. Sonya is a Senior Business Leadership Coach with AltusQ & been involved in design & delivery of numerous corporate mentoring programs nationally for over 5 years, including the first industry wide mentoring program in Australia. Those who have participated in the program will be only too aware of the great insight Sonya has in the field of effective mentor/mentee relationships.
This event is again proudly sponsored by:
and supported by: