ANU Platinum Sponsors of Hopper Down Under Celebration 2019
The College of Engineering and Computer Science is proud to be a supporter of this diversity in STEM initiative.
The ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science is a platinum sponsor of the first ever Australian Hopper Down Under Conference, aimed to celebrate and empower women technologists in the Asia-Pacific.
Date & time: Monday 29 - Wednesday 31 July 2019 8am to 7pm
Venue: Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre, Merivale St & Glenelg Street, South Brisbane, QLD 4101 Australia
For specific information about speakers, schedule, and volunteering at the Hopper Down Under Celebration – visit the official conference website
The Australian National University (ANU) is delighted to be supporting the inaugural Hopper Down Under celebration of diversity in tech.
Join our Executive Leaders in a conference for women, by women, and contribute to important conversations about the future of women in engineering, computing and technology.
The College of Engineering and Computer Science is committed to striving for gender equity in engineering and computing though our transformational Reimagine project. We are proud to support this initiative as a champions for inclusive spaces for women in tech.
A group of students, professional and academic staff from the College will be travelling to the inaugural Hopper Down Under Celebration in Brisbane, Queensland on 29 – 31 July. An initiative which ANU is proud to be a platinum sponsor.
Join us for breakfast
Date & time: Tuesday 30 July, 7.30 - 8.30am
Venue Brisbane, QLD
If you are a woman working in tech and industry or alumni of the ANU, please join us for breakfast and networking if you are in the area, or planning to attend the conference.
We will be hosting this special breakfast event alongside the Hopper Down Under Conference being held Australia for the first time ever.
Want to come along? Get in touch firstname.lastname@example.org
Background in Hopper Down Under
If it’s a good idea, go ahead and do it. It’s much easier to apologise than it is to get permission.” – Grace Hopper