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Episode 51: International Women's Day Part 2 - Australian of the Year TAS

March 08, 2020 Niamh Chapman & Dr. Jess Melbourne-Thomas Season 1 Episode 52
That's what I call Science!
Episode 51: International Women's Day Part 2 - Australian of the Year TAS
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That's what I call Science!
Episode 51: International Women's Day Part 2 - Australian of the Year TAS
Mar 08, 2020 Season 1 Episode 52
Niamh Chapman & Dr. Jess Melbourne-Thomas

For the second installation for our 3 part International Women’s Day miniseries we were lucky enough to interview the 2019 Australian of the Year for Tasmania, Dr Jess Melbourne-Thomas. We’re talking about Jess’s research, her experience as a women in STEM and her advocacy work in that space. 

Jess is a passionate advocate for greater diversity and increased women in leadership in STEM, an excellent science communicator and a champion for policy engagement. 

Jess has demonstrated excellence in research into marine ecosystems and how they are influenced by human activity and was Lead Author for the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Special Report on the Oceans & Cryosphere in a Changing Climate (2019).

 Show some love, like, subscribe and/or review wherever you get your podcast it really increases the visibility of our show and would help grow our audience to share the good word of STEM <3 

For more updates follow us on:

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ThatsScienceTAS/

Twitter: @ThatsScienceTAS

Hosts: Niamh Chapman and Kelsey Picard

Production: Meredith Castles

Media: Olivia Holloway

Show Notes

For the second installation for our 3 part International Women’s Day miniseries we were lucky enough to interview the 2019 Australian of the Year for Tasmania, Dr Jess Melbourne-Thomas. We’re talking about Jess’s research, her experience as a women in STEM and her advocacy work in that space. 

Jess is a passionate advocate for greater diversity and increased women in leadership in STEM, an excellent science communicator and a champion for policy engagement. 

Jess has demonstrated excellence in research into marine ecosystems and how they are influenced by human activity and was Lead Author for the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Special Report on the Oceans & Cryosphere in a Changing Climate (2019).

 Show some love, like, subscribe and/or review wherever you get your podcast it really increases the visibility of our show and would help grow our audience to share the good word of STEM <3 

For more updates follow us on:

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ThatsScienceTAS/

Twitter: @ThatsScienceTAS

Hosts: Niamh Chapman and Kelsey Picard

Production: Meredith Castles

Media: Olivia Holloway