News & Events

01
Dec

Mathematician awarded Dell Award

Associate Professor Vivien Kirk has been recognised for her work mentoring young mathematicians and physicists with the Miriam Dell Excellence in Science Mentoring Award from the Association for Women in the Sciences (AWIS).

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28
Nov

Hazel Gatehouse obituary

We are deeply saddened at the sudden death of the wonderful Hazel Gatehouse.

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17
Aug

NZACRes17

The 13th Annual Conference of the New Zealand Association of Clinical Research
Thursday 17 - Friday 18 August 2017
The Pullman Hotel, Auckland

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11
Aug

Reports: #AWIS2017

AWIS received funding from the New Zealand National Commission for UNESCO to invite a group of high school students to attend the #AWIS2017 conference in Auckland and Shadow a scientist for the day. The reports below are from the students who attended. The students also wrote profiles of the scientists they shadowed, which can be viewed in our profile section.

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17
Jul

New Executive Committee

At the 2017 AGM, a new National Convenor and extended National Executive was appointed.

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14
Jul

AWIS AGM 2017

The AWIS AGM will be in Auckland this year, as part of the #AWIS2017 programme.

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13
Jul

AWIS 2017

AWIS 2017 Conference
13 - 14 July 2017
Heritage Hotel, Auckland

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13
Jul

AWIS2017 conference

The AWIS2017 conference - Celebrating Women in Science - will be held on 13 and 14 July at the Heritage Hotel, Auckland.

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29
May

Do you have an outstanding science mentor?

The Association for Women in the Sciences is inviting people to thank those who are doing their best to keep females in science by nominating them for an Award.

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18
Apr

First AWIS travel scholarship awarded

AWIS is delighted to have awarded the first of its new travel scholarships to Kesia Kurian, an ex-John Paul College student now studying for a conjoint Bachelors of Engineering and Science at the University of Auckland, and Shulan Qui, a Year 13 student from John Paul College.

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