I’m giving a keynote talk about research equity, in New Zealand, on 19 September!
Excerpt about the event from the organisers.
The New Zealand Association of Scientists is pleased to welcome Dr Zuleyka Zevallos to New Zealand, for a special discussion of how to improve equity and increase diversity in research communities. The event is free to the public. We invite you to join us.
Dr Zuleyka Zevallos is an applied sociologist and an Adjunct Research Fellow with Swinburne University. In this Suffrage Day event, Dr Zevallos will reflect on national approaches to improving the hiring, promotion, retention, recognition and participation of all women, specifically including Indigenous and transgender women, as well as other under-represented minorities in science. She will then be joined by the following panelists (full panel TBC) for a discussion of the specific needs of the NZ research community. Audience questions will also be taken.
- Chair: Craig Stevens, President of the NZ Association of Scientists
- Anita Brady, Associate Dean (Teaching and Equity), Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Victoria University of Wellington; Queer and Gender Area Chair, Popular Culture Association of Australia and New Zealand
- Di Tracey, Fisheries Scientist, the National Institute for Water and Atmospheric Research (NIWA); Women’s Network Coordinator for NIWA
- Izzy O’Neill, National Coordinator – Thursdays in Black, NZUSA The New Zealand Union of Students’ Associations; Researcher of the tertiary student (especially LGBTQIA) experience of sexual violence.
- Joanna Kidman, Ngāti Maniapoto, Ngāti Raukawa; Associate Professor, Kaihautū, Te Kura Māori, Victoria University of Wellington, and Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga Researcher.
- Richard Blaikie, Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Research and Enterprise, The University of Otago, and Vice-President (Physical Sciences) the Royal Society Te Apārangi
The presentation will begin at 5:30 pm; you are invited to join us for a light refreshment from 5 pm.
Book your FREE ticket.
Tuesday, 19 September, 2017
11 Turnbull St, Wellington, New Zealand.