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In an inspiring video interview, world-renowned primatologist Jane Goodall tells Dean of UNSW Science Emma Johnston that the resilience of nature and the indomitable human spirit give her hope for the future.

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UNSW's Caroline Ford is among the first 30 researchers to be named Superstars of STEM, a national program aimed at smashing stereotypes and forging a new generation of role models for young women.

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New Dean of Science Emma Johnston is excited by the unprecedented opportunities that lie ahead for the faculty she dubs a “living treasure”. 

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Award-winning research leader, scientist and communicator Emma Johnston has been appointed Dean of Science.

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UNSW Professor and Pro Vice-Chancellor (Research) Emma Johnston has won the Emerging Leader Award in The Australian Financial Review 2016 Higher Education Awards.

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UNSW has been shortlisted in three of the eight categories in the 2016 AFR Higher Education Awards, which recognise excellence in the higher education sector.

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Men need to stand up and help redress the gender imbalance in Australian workplaces, writes Emma Johnston.

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Men still outnumber women in senior positions in Australian universities and other workplaces. Women are pushing for change but it's men who can help redress the gender balance, writes Emma Johnston.

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The storms that have lashed Australia’s east coast are not just a threat to lives and property, but also to our marine wildlife, write Katherine Dafforn and Emma Johnston.

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Three of the nation’s leading scientists say that Australia is "frozen in time" and is throwing away the opportunity to harness the intelligence and prodigious drive of women researchers.

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