Megan Sebben, a Flinders PhD and active member of the University’s STEM Women Branching Out program will be interviewed “on the couch” of ABC News Breakfast show tomorrow.
Dr Sebben is being asked to talk about gender equality in the sciences and the Curious Minds Program.
Natalie Venning, Manager, Finance and Resources at Flinders’ Faculty of Science and Engineering, negotiated with the CEO of Australian Science Innovation to secure Dr Sebben a mentoring place in the Curious Minds program while she was still a student.
Due to her outstanding performance and success, Dr Sebben was automatically accepted as a mentor in the 2016 program.
She has already secured employment with CDM Smith and will commence in their Adelaide office before transferring to Melbourne in 2017