Women in STEMM Student Leader Awards 2021
The Monash Institute of Medical Engineering (MIME) Women in STEMM Student Leader Awards aim to recognise, celebrate and support women students at Monash University who are contributing to innovation in healthcare and medical technologies.
These awards are part of a broader MIME strategy to support and celebrate women in healthcare innovation.
Five awards were awarded with successful students receiving $1,000 to support their studies and exclusive invitations to participate in a series of MIME networking opportunities throughout 2022.
L-R: Professor Helena Teede, Past Co-Director, Monash Institute of Medical Engineering; Professor Shane Murray, Dean, Faculty of Art, Design and Architecture; Professor John Forsythe, Co-Director, Monash Institute of Medical Engineering; Ms Emily Pryor, Women in STEMM Student Leader award recipient; Ms Hamdi Jama, Women in STEMM Student Leader award recipient; Ms Seraphina Choong, Women in STEMM Student Leader award recipient; Professor Chris Davies, Deputy Dean External Engagement, Faculty of Engineering; and Professor Ann Nicholson, Dean, Faculty of Information Technology.
Applications for the Women in STEMM Student Leader Awards for 2022 will open later in the year.
For further information about the Women in STEMM Student Leader Awards contact firstname.lastname@example.org
For further information about Women in STEMM opportunities contact Andrew Carey, MIME Program Manager on email@example.com