30 min

Episode 1 Professor Deborah Terry AO UQ Library

    • Education

In this pilot episode of the Women Finding Success podcast series, UQ's first-ever woman Vice-Chancellor and President, Professor Debbie Terry, discusses challenges she’s faced, wisdom she’s received, and achievements she’s made during a long and successful career. Her inspiring journey of success in the higher education sector is a must-listen.

The Women Finding Success podcast is an initiative of the SAGE Athena SWAN Project at The University of Queensland (UQ) in Brisbane, Australia. Each episode of the series, which is produced by UQ Library’s Scholarly Soup podcast team, features inspiring interviews from women who have found success in academic and professional roles at UQ. These women are resilient, smart, proactive, and, more importantly, they’re now working together to implement systemic changes to the University’s culture. Their goal is to make career progression in STEM fields more achievable for women. Listen in weekly to be inspired to break down barriers and challenge expectations. The series will launch on 8 March 2021 – International Women’s Day – as a timely celebration and reminder of the amazing things women can achieve.

In this pilot episode of the Women Finding Success podcast series, UQ's first-ever woman Vice-Chancellor and President, Professor Debbie Terry, discusses challenges she’s faced, wisdom she’s received, and achievements she’s made during a long and successful career. Her inspiring journey of success in the higher education sector is a must-listen.

The Women Finding Success podcast is an initiative of the SAGE Athena SWAN Project at The University of Queensland (UQ) in Brisbane, Australia. Each episode of the series, which is produced by UQ Library’s Scholarly Soup podcast team, features inspiring interviews from women who have found success in academic and professional roles at UQ. These women are resilient, smart, proactive, and, more importantly, they’re now working together to implement systemic changes to the University’s culture. Their goal is to make career progression in STEM fields more achievable for women. Listen in weekly to be inspired to break down barriers and challenge expectations. The series will launch on 8 March 2021 – International Women’s Day – as a timely celebration and reminder of the amazing things women can achieve.

30 min

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