Women in Economics Launch - Tasmania

Details

The Tasmanian Branch of the Economic Society of Australia will be launching the Women in Economic Network (WEN) in Tasmania on Friday 24 March at Hadley's Orient Hotel.

The launch will provide an opportunity to meet other women in economics and to hear about the objectives of the WEN.

A panel of speakers will share insights into economics and the role of women:

 

Professor Mardi Dungey

Professor of Economics and Finance Tasmanian School of Business and Economics

 

Rachel Johnson

Government Relations Manager

Hydro Tasmania

 

Loveth Ochayi

Economics Student

Tasmanian School of Business and Economics

 

Women studying or working in, or interested in economics are invited to attend. Men studying or working in, or interested in economics are also encouraged to come along and support the event and the WEN more broadly.

Sparkling/wine will be available on arrival and soft drink and nibbles will be available throughout the event.

We recognise that some women may have caring responsibilities on Friday evenings. Don’t let this rule you out. You and your child/ren are welcome to attend, bearing in mind that it is a professional event and your child/ren will need to be supervised by you at all times. We are unable to provide external supervision for this event.

Limited catering will be available for the adult guests. However, feel free to BYO some snacks for your children so that they don’t feel like they are missing out.

- See more at: http://esatas.org.au/event/24887/Women_in_Economics_Network_Launch#sthash.flLQzrik.dpuf

 This event has been supported by the Tasmanian Government through the Department of Treasury and Finance and the University of Tasmania through the Tasmanian School of Business and Economics.

REGISTER NOW VIA THE TASMANIA BRANCH

Date

From: Friday March 24, 2017, 5:30 pm

To: Friday March 24, 2017, 7:30 pm

Venue

Hadley's Oriental Hotel, John Webb Room

34 Murray Street, Hobart TAS 7000


Share this with your friends



Add to My Calendar