STA will bring together leaders from our member organisations to hear from representatives of the major political parties, develop a strategy for the STEM sector’s policy work, and plan for the year ahead.
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 […]
Presidents, CEOs and other leaders of Australia’s most prominent science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) organisations gathered in Canberra to highlight the important role that science and technology will play in Australia’s future. They released the following statement: Collectively representing more than 70,000 Australian scientists and technologists through our membership and staff, we call for […]
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 […]