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    USU Speaker Series: Dr Cathy Foley

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    Join us for at our next USU Speaker Series event with award-winning Chief Scientist, Dr Cathy Foley.

    When: Thursday 20th April at 6:00pm (AEST)

    Where: The Refectory, Holme Building, University of Sydney

    Agenda:  5:45pm - Seating begins

                      6:00pm - Keynote commences

                      6:30pm - Panel discussion

                      7:00pm - Concludes

    After the event concludes, join us for a complimentary drink at Courtyard. 

    Dr Cathy Foley AO PSM became Australia’s ninth Chief Scientist in January 2021 after an extensive career at Australia’s national science agency, the CSIRO, including as the agency’s Chief Scientist. Dr Foley is an internationally recognised physicist with major research achievements in superconductors and sensors which lead to the development of the LANDTEM sensor system to locate valuable deposits of minerals deep underground.

    Dr Foley’s scientific excellence and influential leadership have been recognised with numerous awards and fellowships, including election to the Australian Academy of Science in 2020, and an Order of Australia for service to research science and to the advancement of women in physics. She received the Australian Institute of Physics Medal for Outstanding Service to Physics in 2016. She is a Fellow of Australian Academy of Technological Science and Engineering (2008) and an honorary Fellow of the Australian Institute of Physics (2019).

    Dr Foley is an inspiration to women in STEM across the globe and focused strongly on equality and diversity in the science sector.
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    This talk is not to be missed!

    Please note, tickets are open to USU Members only - membership will be checked on entry so please ensure you have your USU app ready, and brightness turned up on arrival. Membership is free for USYD students, so join now!


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