Homeward Bound promotes a spectrum of female leaders

September 18, 2018

MAPPING OUR CAREERS AND LEARNING FROM THE JOURNEY

This month the article features highlights from a Career Mapping Workshop hosted by Mary Ellen as part of a research program capturing

qualitative and quantitative data about women experiences in STEM careers. She will set for her expedition to Antarctica to promote STEM at the end of December 2018.

Read More: September 2018

 

FROM ANTARCTICA COLD TO INSPIRING SCIENCE

Another interesting feature as Mary-Ellen Feeney prepares for her expedition to Antarctica this December and discusses about climate change, change in land use, localised and regional impacts as one of the driving forces behind STEM engagement while spending sometime in the snow at Jindabyne.

Read More: August 2018

 

SSSI INITIATIVES

Women have always proved their capabilities in every field and here again is a woman from the spatial sector who has transformed her dream into a reality. An inspiration for all of us to follow her lead on learning, leadership and growth.

Mary-Ellen Feeney is undertaking an expedition to Antarctica to promote STEM at the end of December this year. She is the first woman from the Spatial and Surveying Industry to participate in the ten-year Homeward Bound Program. She does so as a SSSI Ambassador for STEM.

Watch out this space and our social media pages where she will publish articles each month about preparation and her experiences from the expedition.

Read More : JUNE 2018

 

 

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