[ASC-list] Reminder: Diana Temple Memorial Lecture 2009 (Sydney)

Jennifer Byrne JennifeB at chw.edu.au
Sun Oct 18 12:01:57 UTC 2009


Dear NSW ASC members,

Just a reminder that the Diana Temple Memorial Lecture 2009 will be
delivered this week by Professor Mary O'Kane,
NSW Chief Scientist and Scientific Engineer, on the topic of "The
advancement of the role of women in science". 
 
WHEN: Thursday 22 October, 2009, 2:00 - 3:00pm
 
WHERE:  Jubilee Room (former Parliamentary Library), Parliament of NSW,
Macquarie Street, Sydney
 
To RSVP: please call (02) 9845 1234 or e-mail vanitad at chw.edu.au
Seats within the venue are limited, so it is highly advised to RSVP.

The 2009 lecture is supported by the University of Sydney Bosch
Institute, the Australian and New Zealand Association for the
Advancement of Science (ANZAAS), the Women in Science Enquiry Network
(WISENET), and Jessie Street National Women's Library.


Best regards,

Jennifer Byrne

  

Jennifer A. Byrne PhD

Acting Head, Oncology Research Unit, 
The Children's Hospital at Westmead
Associate Professor and Deputy Postgraduate Co-ordinator, 
University of Sydney Discipline of Paediatrics and Child Health

Tel. 02 9845 3027
Fax. 02 9845 3078
e-mail JennifeB at chw.edu.au


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