Photos from the SAGE Athena SWAN Bronze Awards 2018

Hosted by award winning ABC TV journalist and presenter, SAGE Awards Gala Dinner was held in the Great Hall, Parliament House, Canberra. 5 December 2018. Photo: Bradley Cummings
Ms Alison Johns, Chief Executive, Advance Higher Education, UK speaking at the SAGE Awards Dinner in Canberra. 5 December 2018. Photo: Bradley Cummings
Professor Hugh Bradlow, President, the Australian Academy of Technology and Engineering.  5 December 2018. Photo: Bradley Cummings
Representing the President of the Academy – Professor John Shine, Professor Jim Williams, Vice-President, the Australian Academy of Science. 5 December 2018.
Photo: Bradley Cummings

 

 

 

 

Nicolle Flint, MP, Member for Boothby, South Australia speaking at the SAGE Awards Gala Dinner: “We need to challenge stereotypes from childhood on.”                                      5 December 2018. Photo: Bradley Cummings
Host of the SAGE Awards Dinner, ABC TV journalist and preenter, Del Irani. 5 December 2018. Photo: Bradley Cummings

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Members of the Baker Heart and Diabetes Institute team with, middle, Professor Dianna Magliano, Department Head, Diabetes and Population Health, Baker Heart and Diabetes Institute. 5 December 2018. Photo: Bradley Cummings
Members of the University of Wollongong team with, centre holding award, Ms Melva Crouch CSM, Chief Admistrative Officer, University of Wollongong. 5 December 2018. Photo: Bradley Cummings
Members of Edith Cowan University team with, holding the award, Professor Cobie Rudd, Deputy Vice-Chancellor Strategic Partnerships, Edith Cowan University. 5 December 2018. Photo: Bradley Cummings
SAGE members in deep conversation at the inaugural Awards Gala Dinner in the Great Hall, Parliament House, Canberra. 5 December 2018. Photo: Bradley Cummings

 

Members of Curtin University team with, right, Professor Jo Ward, Dean Faculty of Science and Academic Lead Athena SWAN, Curtin University. 5 December 2018. Photo: Bradley Cummings
Members of Griffith University team with, middle, Professor Debra Henly, Deputy Vice-Chancellor Academic, Griffith University. 5 December 2018. Photo: Bradley Cummings
Members of University of Technology Sydney team with Distinguished Professor Elizabeth Sullivan, Assistant Deputy Vice-Chancellor Research (holding award). 5 December 2018. Photo: Bradley Cummings
SAGE members enjoying the inaugural Awards Gala Dinner in the Great Hall, Parliament House, Canberra. 5 December 2018. Photo: Bradley Cummings
Members of the CSIRO team. 5 December 2018. Photo: Bradley Cummings
Members of the ANSTO team. 5 December 2018. Photo: Bradley Cummings
Members of the Swinburne University of Technology team with, right, Professor Sarah Maddison, Pro Vice-Chancellor Academic Innovation and Change, Swinburne University of Technology. 5 December 2018. Photo: Bradley Cummings
Members of University of Newcastle team with, third from left, Ms Wafa El-Adhami, Executive Director, SAGE; Professor Deborah Hodgson, Pro Vice-Chancellor Research and Innovation, University of Newcastle; and Professor Alex Zelinsky AO, Vice-Chancellor, University of Newcastle. 5 December 2018. Photo: Bradley Cummings
L to R: Dr Margaret Hartley, CEO, Australian Academy of Technology and Engineering; Ms Alison Johns, Chief Executive, Advance Higher Education, UK; Dr Wafa El-Adhami, Executive Director, SAGE; and Anna-Maria Arabia, Chief Executive, Australian Academy of Science at the inaugural SAGE Awards Gala Dinner. 5 December 2018. Photo: Bradley Cummings
Members of Monash University team with Professor John Carroll, Monash Biomedicine Discovery Institute, Monash University . 5 December 2018. Photo: Bradley Cummings
Members of Walter and Eliza Hall Institute team with, third from left, Ms Samantha Ludolf, Deputy Director Strategy and Operations, Walter and Eliza Hall Institute. 5 December 2018. Photo: Bradley Cummings
Walter and Eliza Hall Institute
L to R: Ms Wafa El-Adhami, Executive Director, SAGE; Nicolle Flint, MP, Member for Boothby, South Australia; Ms Samantha Ludolf, Deputy Director Strategy and Operations, Walter and Eliza Hall Institute; and Ms Alison Johns, Chief Executive, Advance Higher Education, UK. 5 December 2018. Photo: Bradley Cummings
L to R: Ms Wafa El-Adhami, Executive Director, SAGE; Nicolle Flint, MP, Member for Boothby, South Australia; Professor Attila Brungs, Vie-Chancellor and President,  University of Technology Sydney; and Ms Alison Johns, Chief Executive, Advance Higher Education, UK. 5 December 2018. Photo: Bradley Cummings
Celebrations and smiles at the ANSTO table for the Athena SWAN Bronze Award received on the night at the SAGE Awards Gala Dinner, Parliament House, Canberra. 5 December 2018. Photo: Bradley Cummings

 

L to R:  Ms Wafa El-Adhami, Executive Director, SAGE; Nicolle Flint, MP, Member for Boothby, South Australia; Professor Eileen Baldry, Deputy Vice-Chancellor Equity, Diversity and Inclusion, University of New South Wales; and Ms Alison Johns, Chief Executive, Advance Higher Education, UK. 5 December 2018. Photo: Bradley Cummings
L to R: Ms Wafa El-Adhami, Executive Director, SAGE; Nicolle Flint, MP, Member for Boothby, South Australia; Professor Alex Zelinsky AO, Vice-Chancellor, University of Newcastle; Professor Deborah Hodgson, Pro Vice-Chancellor Research and Innovation, University of Newcastle; and Ms Alison Johns, Chief Executive, Advance Higher Education, UK. 5 December 2018. Photo: Bradley Cummings
L to R: Ms Wafa El-Adhami, Executive Director, SAGE; Nicolle Flint, MP, Member for Boothby, South Australia; Professor Sarah Maddison, Pro Vice-Chancellor Academic Innovation and Change, Swinburne University of Technology; and Ms Alison Johns, Chief Executive, Advance Higher Education, UK. 5 December 2018. Photo: Bradley Cummings
L to R: Ms Wafa El-Adhami, Executive Director, SAGE; Nicolle Flint, MP, Member for Boothby, South Australia; Professor Arun Sharma, Deputy Vice-Chancellor Research and Commercialisation, Queensland University of Technology; and Ms Alison Johns, Chief Executive, Advance Higher Education, UK. 5 December 2018. Photo: Bradley Cummings
L to R: Ms Wafa El-Adhami, Executive Director, SAGE; Nicolle Flint, MP, Member for Boothby, South Australia; Professor John Carroll, Monash Biomedicine Discovery Institute; and Ms Alison Johns, Chief Executive, Advance Higher Education, UK.               5 December 2018. Photo: Bradley Cummings
L to R: Ms Wafa El-Adhami, Executive Director, SAGE; Nicolle Flint, MP, Member for Boothby, South Australia; Professor Debra Henly, Deputy Vice-Chancellor Academic, Griffith University; and Ms Alison Johns, Chief Executive, Advance Higher Education, UK. SAGE awards dinner event in the Great Hall, Parliament House, Canberra. 5 December 2018. Photo: Bradley Cummings
L to R: Ms Wafa El-Adhami, Executive Director, SAGE; Nicolle Flint, MP, Member for Boothby, South Australia; Professor Cobie Rudd, Deputy Vice-Chancellor Strategic Partnerships, Edith Cowan University; and Ms Alison Johns, Chief Executive, Advance Higher Education, UK. 5 December 2018. Photo: Bradley Cummings
Awards talk at the inaugural SAGE Awards Gala Dinner inn the Great Hall, Parliament House, Canberra. 5 December 2018. Photo: Bradley Cummings

 

L to R: Ms Wafa El-Adhami, Executive Director, SAGE; Nicolle Flint, MP, Member for Boothby, South Australia; Professor Jo Ward, Academic Lead Athena SWAN, Curtin University; and Ms Alison Johns, Chief Executive, Advance Higher Education, UK. 5 December 2018. Photo: Bradley Cummings
L to R: Ms Wafa El-Adhami, Executive Director, SAGE; Nicolle Flint, MP, Member for Boothby, South Australia; Dr Larry Marshall, Chief Executive, CSIRO; and Ms Alison Johns, Chief Executive, Advance Higher Education, UK. 5 December 2018. Photo: Bradley Cummings
L to R: Ms Wafa El-Adhami, Executive Director, SAGE; Nicolle Flint, MP, Member for Boothby, South Australia; Professor Andrew Vann, Vice-Chancellor and President, Charles Sturt University; and Ms Alison Johns, Chief Executive, Advance Higher Education, UK. 5 December 2018. Photo: Bradley Cummings
L to R: Ms Wafa El-Adhami, Executive Director, SAGE; Nicolle Flint, MP, Member for Boothby, South Australia; Professor Dianna Magliano, Department Head, Diabetes and Population Health, Baker Heart and Diabetes Institute; and Ms Alison Johns, Chief Executive, Advance Higher Education, UK. 5 December 2018. Photo: Bradley Cummings
L to R: Ms Wafa El-Adhami, Executive Director, SAGE; Nicolle Flint, MP, Member for Boothby, South Australia; Dr Adi Patterson, Chief Executive Officer, ANSTO; and Ms Alison Johns, Chief Executive, Advance Higher Education, UK. 5 December 2018. Photo: Bradley Cummings