Please join us to celebrate International Women’s Day and hear from some influential women in forensics in the ACT. These women are from varying disciplines and backgrounds and will be presenting about their journey, how they got to where they are and some challenges that they met along the way. There will also be a panel discussion so that you can ask any burning questions that you may have in regard to career paths or how to juggle your work-life balance. Our presenters include:
Dr. Sarah Benson
Chief Forensic Scientist, Specialist Operations, Australian Federal Police
Associate Professor Tamsin Kelly
Program Director (Forensic and Environmental Sciences), University of Canberra
A/g Coordinator Criminalistics, Specialist Operations, Australian Federal Police
Senior Forensic Chemist, ACT Government Analytical Laboratory
Details: Tuesday 6th of March.
Arrive 6.30pm for a 7.00pm start
CIT Bruce Campus, Block K, Room 107
Members: Free, Non-Members: $5.00 at the door
A selection of light refreshments will be provided for your enjoyment on the night.
Please RSVP using the link https://members.anzfss.org/booking.php?id=61 by COB on Thursday 1st March.
*** Mechandise: ACT Branch currently has a limited run of yellow “Crime Scene” woven scarves available now for $25. The scarves are of high quality and will be sure to keep you warm and stylish throughout the Canberra winter! The scarves will be on display and available for purchase at the International Women’s Day presentation on Tuesday 6th March at CIT Bruce. Once the current stock is sold, a back-order list will be established. If you’re unable to attend on the night, express your interest in our merchandise by email, or visit our stall at future events!***
Tuesday 3rd April: “The Evolution of Improvised Explosive Devices”, presented by Professor Clive Williams, Australian National University
Thursday 26th April: “AFTER: Death, Decomposition and Detector Dogs”, presented by Professor Shari Forbes, University of Technology Sydney
“As a student with very little industry exposure it was an incredibly positive experience interacting with so many industry professionals. By making friends and developing contacts, I was able to gain insights into what the industry is like directly from those working within it … another great opportunity to explore part of the industry not available to most. To other forensic science students out there, these opportunities are ones to look out for … the exposure you’ll receive to the industry is priceless.” – Samuel, speaking on his experience at the Bloodstain Pattern Analysis II workshop in April 2017. Click here for the full article.
The Secretary, ANZFSS (ACT Branch)
PO Box 3601
Weston ACT 2611
Please note that other members of the ACT Branch Committee may be contacted via the provided details.