Inspiration at School

A collection of videos to empower young people considering STEM fields, including stories from tertiary students sharing their journeys in STEM studies.

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Participation rates in STEM studies have been on a steady decline through the decade. The decline is particularly alarming for female participation. Fewer girls studying STEM subjects at school ensures that gender diversity in STEM industries is unlikely. Understanding the fundamentals in STEM subjects is a vital prerequisite to a successful STEM career.

These videos aim to challenge the perceptions about women in STEM and address importance of equal opportunity.

The Warren Centre’s 2016 Innovation Lecture by Marita Cheng.

University STEM students discuss the importance of embracing diversity

Students share insights into their STEM journeys.

Microsoft’s #MakeWhatsNext Campaign recognizes female inventors for International Women’s Day 2016.

About the program

The Warren Centre’s Inclusion2 program is the first comprehensive whole of career approach to support women in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM). Currently, female talent is being lost at every stage of the STEM pipeline. In this period of rapid technological change, society requires innovative and adaptive STEM solutions delivered by a diverse cohort of industry leaders. Inclusionis a multi-tiered program addressing the barriers to diversity in STEM from school to senior executive.