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Hannah Carle

Hannah Carle

"The Advanced Science core unit (called SCI2015 when I took the unit) was hugely beneficial in setting up my expectations and abilities as a researcher; in terms of the publication process, supervisor-student relationships, plagiarism and academic presentation."

Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Arts

PhD Researcher, ANU

Jane Bunn

Jane Bunn

"From weather stations to satellite and radar, to how that data is processed and applied, meteorology is a very fascinating field with huge potential for growth."

Bachelor of Science

Meteorologist and weather presenter,
Seven Network

Jane Oppenheim

Jane Oppenheim

"Currently Jane is executive director of Science and Operations at Ego Pharmaceuticals, where she manages a team of over 300 staff across research, product development, regulatory affairs, quality, production, logistics, quality and operations for a growing global market."

Bachelor of Science

Scientific and Operations Director,
Ego Pharmaceuticals

Karly Learmouth

Karly Learmouth

"Science gives me a way of explaining and understanding the world. For some of us, it’s a bit of a religion."

Bachelor of Science

Project officer,
Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning

Katie Barnett

Katie Barnett

"The choice of electives on offer in science gave me the ‘building blocks’ for a career in computers."

Bachelor of Science and Engineering (Honours)

Lead Engineer,
Bilue. Women TechMakers Ambassador

Leon Cooper

Leon Cooper

"My career success in consulting has largely been a product of my ability to understand concepts from first principles, apply a data-driven approach and model outcomes from alternative scenarios. Each of these skills were refined through my studies in physics and mathematics.”"

Bachelor of Science

Business and Technology Adviser

Michelle Fu

Michelle Fu

"What attracted me to L’Oreal was its breath of brands and the various retailers they operate in. I love that level of diversity and as someone who enjoys learning about new industries and concepts, it provides breadth within a single company. I also love L'oreal's entrepreneurial culture - everyone is open to new ideas and challenging current ways of working."

Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Global Studies

Commercial Graduate, L’Oreal

Oliver Clementson

Oliver Clementson

"My love for mathematics and thirst for knowledge have resulted in a career I am passionate about today. I love working in finance and have actively recommended it to many students over the years. The investment landscape is forever evolving and changing and provides constant challenges and opportunities to grow."

Master of Financial Mathematics

Investment Analyst, Total Portfolio Management, Australian Super

Stephanie Hall

Stephanie Hall

"I gained a strong environmental knowledge base – critical in helping to contextualise our work in the climate change communication space. I also learnt the importance of recognising differences in the ways that groups understand and use environmental information; and the need to tailor my work to bring them together."

Bachelor of Science

Communications Manager,
Monash Climate Change Communication Research Hub

Stephen McHugh

Stephen McHugh

"Science has made me a lot more employable as an engineer."

Bachelor of Science and Engineering (Honours)

Project Engineer,
M.E. Engineering

Stephen Poropat

Stephen Poropat

"Science has given me an appreciation for the world we live in. It has shown me how it works, and how it has evolved. That appreciation has made it more beautiful in my eyes."

Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Arts

Postdoctoral researcher,
Swinburne University of Technology