Science & Technology Australia is seeking three candidates to join our established Membership Committee, which is comprised of 5 members. The purpose of the committee is to advise on the strategic direction of membership, which includes but is not exclusive to membership structure, opportunities and strategic initiatives. This Committee is a permanent Committee of the […]
Today, STA has elected a range of new leaders to join our Executive Committee. Newly appointed President-Elect, Dr Jeremy Brownlie, says he is honoured to have been elected to lead Science & Technology Australia and the 70,000+ scientists and technologists that the organisation represents. “It’s important that the science, technology, engineering and mathematics sectors have […]
APPLICATIONS HAVE NOW CLOSED STA is searching for science and technology leaders to join its Executive committee. The following positions are open for nomination: President-Elect (one year as President-elect, then at least two years as President) Secretary (two year appointment) Policy Chair (two year appointment) Early Career Representative (two year appointment) The successful candidates will join our […]
Leading marine scientist and broadcaster Professor Emma Johnston has become President of the science, technology, engineering and mathematics sector’s peak body, Science & Technology Australia (STA). Professor Johnston was confirmed as President at the STA annual general meeting in Sydney today, taking on the role from outgoing President Emeritus Professor Jim Piper AO. A leading […]
Whether called the Board or Council, the governing body of an association has both responsibility and authority.