The Zane Alchin case was a lost opportunity to help set international benchmarks for holding men accountable for harassing and abusing women online, writes Emma Jane.
Eight top universities – led by UNSW – have launched a music video by Australian twin-sister DJ duo NERVO to highlight engineering as an attractive career for young women.
There are four significant drivers of crime that must be addressed to reduce the victimisation and incarceration rates of Indigenous Australians, write Marcia Langton and Josephine Cashman.
When people think of science celebrities, they think of men. Emma Johnston argues that more needs to be done to highlight the role of women in science.
Construction is missing out on a huge untapped source of potential talent by marginalising and disadvantaging potential female employees, writes Martin Loosemore.
Among UNSW’s stellar Eureka Prize finalists are quantum physicist Michelle Simmons and chemical engineer Rita Henderson, who are both nominated for major leadership awards.
UNSW is hosting Power of Engineering – a full day of events, talks, workshops and hands-on activities for 160 girls in Years 9 and 10.
Celebrity Charlotte Dawson was a victim of trolling before taking her life. Now women who have been subjected to cyberhate are being asked to help tackle the problem.
First year female enrolments in engineering at UNSW have increased from 20 to 22% this year, with the faculty on target to reach its goal of 25% by 2020.
Australian women and girls with disabilities are twice as likely to experience violence and abuse as other women, new research shows.