Science & Technology Australia is pleased to announce the election of new members to its Executive Committee at STA’s Annual General Meeting today. Silo-busting innovator and industry-engaged research entrepreneur Professor Mark Hutchinson is STA’s new President-elect. He will become President at the end of our next AGM in November 2021. For seven years, Mark has […]
Science & Technology Australia has warmly welcomed today’s announcement that former STA President Dr Cathy Foley AO PSM FAA FTSE will take the reins as Australia’s next Chief Scientist. Science & Technology Australia President Associate Professor Jeremy Brownlie congratulated Dr Foley on behalf of the STA membership representing Australia’s 80,000 scientists and technologists. “Cathy is […]
Science & Technology Australia is searching for STEM leaders to join the STA Executive committee. The following positions are open for nomination: Vice-President (2-year appointment) Treasurer (2-year appointment) Early Career Representative (2-year appointment) Ordinary Member (1-year term) The successful candidates will join our current ongoing STA Executive Committee members, who include Jeremy Brownlie (President-Elect), Darren Saunders […]
Science & Technology Australia is seeking nominations for a number of positions on the STA Board. To nominate, you must be a member of an STA ordinary member (non-affiliate) – you can find the full list of eligible organisations here. Science & Technology Australia is an inclusive organisation. We strongly encourage applications from Indigenous Australians, people […]
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 […]