The New Space Workforce Xperience Webinar – November 30, 2023, at 1-2 pm at Optus Campus Sydney. Discover space careers with Kirsten Banks, a panel, and Q&A. Explore space possibilities.
Join us for this inspiring event – the New Space Workforce Xperience Webinar.
This captivating webinar is an integral part of the live event hosted at the Optus Campus Sydney and has a clear mission: to illuminate the exciting careers awaiting young people in the rapidly expanding Australian Space Sector. Our aim is to kindle the imagination of students and educators, unveiling the boundless opportunities that the field of space holds.
🚀 Be captivated by a keynote presentation delivered by the remarkable indigenous Astrophysicist, Kirsten Banks.
🌟 Dive into a dynamic careers panel featuring the crème de la crème of the Optus Satellite and Space Team, including Andrew Murphy (Aerospace Engineer) and Shae Ingram (Spacecraft Engineer).
As an added bonus, students will have a unique chance to actively participate by posing questions to Kirsten and the panel, gaining valuable insights and first hand knowledge about the captivating world of space exploration.
IS THIS A FREE EVENT? Yes
BROUGHT TO YOU BY: STEM Industry School Partnerships (SISP) Program, Fizzics Education, Hunter Innovation and Science Hub
Kirsten Banks is a proud Wiradjuri woman who is a rising star in the field of astrophysics and science communication. After growing up in Ku-ring-gai country in Sydney, Kirsten completed her undergraduate studies at the University of New South Wales (UNSW), earning a Bachelor of Science degree in 2018. She is currently pursuing a PhD in astrophysics at UNSW. Kirsten is also a passionate science communicator and frequently engages with the public through social media and public speaking events. She has appeared on numerous television programs and has been featured in various print and online publications. She is an advocate for diversity and inclusion in science and is actively involved in promoting science education and outreach to underrepresented communities.