3rd issue
march 2022

March is the month where Women are celebrated internationally and we STEM Sisters dedicated our MAGNIFY 3rd issue, to celebrate South Asian Women in STEM and discuss How do women in STEM stand out among their peers and bring colour to society?

In this issue, Ritika Saxena, MCancSc from Murdoch Children’s Research Institute (MCRI) Research Institute will tell you her research focuses on haematopoietic stems. Prof Svetha Venkatesh from Deakin University will give you insight on improving yourself as a woman of colour im STEM. Professor Asha Rao from RMIT University advises on values of joy and happiness will make you enjoy your work as a part of life. This 3rd issue also put the spotlight on many female artists from South Asia. You will get deep with the mind behind Sunpower Renewables, Nitasha Badhwar. Don’t miss MEGHA BOTE-KARANJKAR‘s journey as an international student who struggled but was able to build a career in STEM. Also a success story of one of STEM Sisters volunteers, NEELAM YADAV.

You can find all of these inspiring stories in our 3rd issue!

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3rd issue
march 2022

March is the moth where Women are celebrated internationally and we STEM Sisters dedicated our MAGNIFY 3rd issue, to celebrate South Asian Women in STEM and discuss How do women in STEM stand out among their peers and bring colour to the society?

This issue Ritika Saxena from Murdoch Children Research Institute will tell you her research focusing in haematoportic stem. Prof Venkatesh will give you insight on improving yourself as women of colour im STEM. Prof Asha’s values on joy and happiness will make you enjoy your work as a part of life. This 3rd issue also put spotlight on many female artists from South Asia. You will get deep with the mind behind Sunpower Renewables, Nitasha Badhwar. Don’t miss Megha Bote-Karanjkar journey as international student struggle to build career in STEM. And the success story of one of STEM Sisters volunteers, Neelam Yadav. You can find all of these inspiring stories on our 3rd issue!

2ND issue
DECEMber 2021

The second edition of Magnify focused on the success of STEM Sisters’ recent projects, such as the Ambassador Program’s launch and first two workshops, as well as the inaugural Dress to Impress launch. We followed the success stories of STEM women who had overcome gender and racial barriers. Dr. Bhavika Unnadkat spoke about her experience as a mother working in the STEM field and how she overcame her own expectations. We covered Jerusha Marther’s STEM Phd narrative, in which she discussed her research on non-invasive brain stimulation and strength training in people with spastic hemiplegic cerebral palsy, as well as how she came across this study. There are plenty of more unique pieces to read, so be sure to have a look. We also cover intriguing cultural origins and events, as well as a variety of other subjects.

1st issue
september 2021

In our first edition, Dr Muneera Banu will captivate you with her story overcame challenges as a woman of colour in the STEM field. Ms Claudia Viloria shared her journey to assist Latin and Hispanic women to succeed in Australia. Dr Nadeeka’s story will guide you through balancing personal life and professional life. Don’t miss it and read other interesting figures stories in MAGNIFY. There are also many fascinated facts about innovation, the pay gap, and other issues about diversity.

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.

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