Our paper in @eLife about #ECRs in #STEMM in #Australia will tick over 4,000 reads today, adding to the 4,500 it had as a pre-print. Generated interest? Oh yes. Because we need change. @EMCRForum @TheASMR1 @FranklinWomen @AAMRI_Aus @wellcometrust @WomenSciAUST @SciGenderEquity https://twitter.com/eLifeCommunity/status/1351550568439885831
The results of @KatherineChri15 et al's recent survey of 658 Australian early-career researchers reveal that lack of funding & increased job insecurity are negatively impacting job satisfaction and compromising career development of #ECRs in Australia
'The risk of a toddler zoom-bombing your video call and detonating your professional reputation, seems to provoke more anxiety among men than women.'
Applying a gender lens on the budget is not about pitting women against men https://theconversation.com/applying-a-gender-lens-on-the-budget-is-not-about-pitting-women-against-men-160261?utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=bylinetwitterbutton via @ConversationEDU
“We need to address the #LeakyPipeline by the way we fund research appointments, how we treat child rearing, including normalising men taking leave and updating our view on career breaks”
🙏🏼 @AliJHarris1 for this comment after watching our clip from the Canberra Q+A!