[ASA] Secure a scholarship to Science meets Parliament 2022

John Lattanzio john.lattanzio at monash.edu
Mon Dec 13 06:42:39 AEDT 2021




Want a chance to attend Australia’s single deepest vehicle for deep
engagement between the science and technology community and policymakers at
no cost?

Thanks to the generosity of our sponsors, Science & Technology Australia is
offering eight scholarships
to Science meets Parliament 2022

Scholarship winners will access a week-long program of high quality skills
development and bespoke training, and have a meeting with an MP or Senator.

Scholarship winners will also get to attend one of our National Gala
Dinners for Science Meets Parliament on 2 June in their closest capital

It’s a once-in-a-career opportunity to build your networks, develop and
sharpen your science advocacy skills, and learn how your science can
influence policy.


Science meets Parliament 2022
– to be held online 28 February-2 March 2022 – brings together an all-star
science and technology line up for a week of unparalleled insights and deep
engagement with decision-makers.

It’s the best value professional development opportunity on the STEM

Scholarship applications are open now and close on 4 February in the
following categories: First Nations scholarships, Pride scholarships,
Technology scholarships, and Regional scholarships.

These scholarships are made possible by our generous sponsors: the ARC
Centre of Excellence for Engineered Quantum Systems, New Edge Microbials,
the Australian Academy of Science, CropLife Australia, the Australian
Academy of Technology and Engineering and ATN Universities.

To be eligible, you must be a member of – or employed by – an STA member

Want to sponsor an extra scholarship and give a STEM practitioner the
opportunity to attend Science meets Parliament 2022? Get in touch with us
lucy.guest at sta.org.au

*REGISTER NOW AT OUR EARLY BIRD RATE - only available until 20 December*



Sponsorship opportunities still available. Put your brand in front of the
nation's science and technology leadership and key public policy
decision-makers. Contact us today: lucy.guest at sta.org.au
<lucy.guest at sta.org.au>

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