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The role of the Self-Assessment Team (SAT) is to coordinate the process of data gathering, analysis and action planning that forms the basis of the application for an Athena SWAN Bronze Institutional Award. The SAT consists of representatives from across UQ's STEMM disciplines with representation of different roles, career stages, work arrangements and experience. The SAT aims to reflect the diversity of our staff, and represents a gender balance of 41 per cent. 

The work of the SAT is supported by several Working Parties. For more information about the work of the SAT, and its associated working parties, please contact Ms Jordan Tredinnick, Workplace Diversity and Inclusion Consultant on j.tredinnick@uq.edu.au.

Meet the Self-Assessment Team

Name

Title

Role on SAT

Professor Robyn Ward

Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research)

Chair of the SAT

Professor Bruce Abernethy

Executive Dean, Faculty of Health and Behavioural Sciences

Member of Organisation and Culture Working Party

Professor Melissa Brown

Executive Dean, Faculty of Science

Member, Career Development Working Party

Professor Aidan Byrne

Provost

Co-Lead, Data Analysis and Presentation Working Party

Dr Alienor Chauvenet

Postdoctoral Research Fellow, School of Biological Sciences

Co-Lead, Organisation and Culture Working Party

Professor Fred D’Agostino

President, Academic Board

Member, Career Development Working Party

Associate Professor Mary Fletcher

Associate Professor, Queensland Alliance for Agriculture & Food Innovation

Lead, Organisation and Culture Working Party

Dr Dee Gibbon

Associate Director, Workplace Diversity and Inclusion

Deputy Chair, SAT, Lead, Flexible Work and Managing Career Breaks Working Party

Marnie King

Senior Manager (Workplace Diversity and Inclusion)

Co-SAT Secretariat, Member and Secretariat, Organisation and Culture Working Party

Emma Livingstone

PhD student, Institute for Molecular Biosciences

Member, Communications and Engagement Working Party

Associate Professor Linda Lua

Associate Professor, Australian Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology

Co-Lead, Career Development Working Party

Associate Professor Margaret Mayfield

Associate Professor/ARC Future Fellow, Biological Sciences

Lead, Data Analysis and Presentation Working Party

Professor Alastair McEwan

Dean, Graduate School

Member Flexible Work and Managing Career Breaks Working Party

Professor Neville Plint

Director, Sustainable Minerals Institute

Member of Career Development Working Party

Dr Joseph Powell

Senior Research Fellow, Institute for Molecular Biosciences

Member, Data Analysis and Presentation Working Party

Professor Carlo Prato

Professor, School of Civil Engineering

Member, Data Analysis and Presentation Working Party

Dr Jacqui Romero

ARC DECRA Fellow, School of Maths and Physics

Co-Lead, Flexible Work and Managing Career Breaks

Associate Professor Ethan Scott

Associate Professor, School of Biomedical Sciences and Queensland Brain Institute

Lead, Career Development Working Party

Professor Cindy Shannon

Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Indigenous Engagement)

Lead Indigenous Australians Working Party

Dr Heather Smyth

Senior Research Fellow, Queensland Alliance for Agriculture & Food Innovation

Member, Indigenous Australians Working Party

Professor Ala Tabor

Professor, Queensland Alliance for Agriculture & Food Innovation

Affiliate, School of Chemistry & Molecular Biosciences

Member, Career Development Working Party

Patrick Testa

Faculty Executive Manager, Faculty of Science

Member, Organisation and Culture Working Party

Jordan Tredinnick

Workplace Diversity and Inclusion Consultant

SAT Secretariat, Member and Secretariat for Career Development Working Party and Member and Secretariat for Communications and Engagement Working Party

Dr Celia Webby

Deputy Director (Operations), Centre for Advanced Imaging

Lead, Communications and Engagement Working Party

UQ Self-Assessment Team portal

The UQ Community can log-in to the UQ Self-Assessment Team portal here, which provides information about the work of the UQ SAT. If you have any trouble logging in, or have any other questions about the SAT, please feel free to conact Ms Jordan Tredinnick, Workplace Diversity and Inclusion Consultant