Every organisation

has a tale to tell​


Our story so far has been anything but ordinary! This is where you’ll find out about the latest insights on what we’ve been working on.

STEM Women Changemaker Award

STEM Sisters was proud to be in Adelaide as one of the twelve Australia’s STEM Women Changemakers and to part of the solution to catalyse Gender Equity organised by the Australian Academy of Science on the 20th and 21st of February 2019.

International Women's day Celebrations 2020

STEM Sisters so grateful for the opportunity to be one of the Study Melbourne Live Projects clients for 2020. This program connects international and domestic students with Victoria’s industries and priority sectors through work-based projects.

Global Victoria Women in STEM Program

STEM Sisters joined Global Victoria's Women in STEM program which showcased world-leading research & partnership opportunities and included engagement with Monash University, CSIRO, and the Australian Synchrotron.

Study Melbourne Live Program

STEM Sisters so grateful for the opportunity to be one of the Study Melbourne Live Projects clients for 2020. This program connects international and domestic students with Victoria’s industries and priority sectors through work-based projects.

STEM Sisters Mentoring Program Launch

On the evening of October 31, 2019, STEM Sisters hosted a launch event introducing our Mentoring Program. The following speakers addressed the gathering showcasing the importance of this initiative. STEM Sisters was introduced by Professor Anne-Marie Hede, the Dean Graduate Research at Victoria University. The challengers of STEM women faced were discussed by Venesha Rethnam, a Researcher from the Florey Institute of Neuroscience & Mental Health. The importance of international students to the Australian Economy was addressed by Chris Lee, the Program Lead, Employability and Entrepreneurship, Student Initiatives at Global Victoria. The topic of the Impact and Importance of Mentoring was elaborated by Morley Muse, who is a Member Board Of Directors at Women in STEMM Australia and our founder Ruwangi Fernando Introduced the Stem sisters mentoring program. The MC for the evening was Shaz Sivanesan. The Presentations were followed by a networking session which enables all the guest and participants to mingle. Many thanks to all the excellent speakers and your prestigious guest, mentees and mentor for their participation.

Acknowledgment of Country

STEM Sisters, recognises and respects the Ancestors, Elders and families of the Boonwurrung, Wadawurrung and Wurundjeri of the Kulin who are the traditional owners of  land in Victoria.

Connect with us