Griffith Institute for Educational Research in partnership with the University of the Sunshine Coast is delighted to present a very special event:
'Celebrating Women in Academia'
The event is led by Professor Greer Johnson, Director of the Griffith Institute for Educational Research and Dr Ali Black, Senior Lecturer in the School of Education, University of the Sunshine Coast.
Ali is the co-editor of two recently published books, 'Lived Experiences: Women in Academia' and 'Women Activating Agency in Academia' which is the focus of this event.
The program features a panel of contributing authors from these books who will discuss key themes emerging from their chapters to liberate thinking around the "lived experiences" of women in academia.
This promises to be an informative and inspiring evening of personal accounts and open discussion which celebrates the work of female academics, values collaborative storytelling and showcases what matters to women in the academy.
Dr Ali Black (Moderator) School of Education, University of the Sunshine Coast
Dr Emsie Arnoldi, School of Media and Communication, RMIT University
Dr Rachael Dwyer, School of Education at the University of the Sunshine Coast
Dr Deanne Gannaway, University of Queensland's Institute for Teaching and Learning Innovation (ITaLI)
Professor Susanne Garvis, Department of Education, University of Gothenburg
Dr Cecily Jensen-Clayton, Australian Catholic University and University of Southern Queensland
Associate Professor Liz Mackinlay, School of Education at the University of Queensland
Rena MacLeod, PhD candidate in the Faculty of Theology and Philosophy at the Australian Catholic University
Dr Naomi Barnes, Lecturer in Literacy , Queensland University of Technology
Dr Courtney Pederson, Academic Program Director in the School of Creative Practice, Queensland University of Technology
Dr Rachael Haynes Lecturer in Visual Arts, Creative Industries Faculty, Queensland University of Technology
We are grateful for the support of our partners, The USC.