This year, ATSE will again sponsor a bursary for education students preparing to teach Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) subjects in schools. The ATSE-WiSENet* bursary is oneof two STEM bursaries included among the scholarshipsmanagedby Graduate Women Victoria (GWV). The sponsorship is offered to a female student from Victoria who has been or is overcoming disadvantage to pursue her studies.
If you think you know a suitable candidate, please make her aware of this opportunity.
Applications close at midnight on 31 March 2016.
To find out more about this and other education bursaries, as well as the application process at the Scholarships and Bursaries page of the Graduate Women Victoria website.
GWV are offering grant writing workshops in February for students intending to apply for these or any other grants.
* WiSENet (Women in Science Enquiry Network) has recently merged with Women in Science Australia.