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Mulling on leadership in the education sector (part 1)

This is a great article on leading change in any workplace really. Heifetz and Linsky tell us that when leading change it is important that we: Don’t do it alone. Keep the opposition close (for the right reasons!) Acknowledge losses. … Continue reading

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A great study, a very nice interactive dataset…but a depressing story!

Gender parity in some areas of the science, technology, engineering, maths and medicine (STEMM) workforce could be centuries away, unless we systematically identify and close the gender gap. By analysing 10 million academic papers, and the genders of their 36 … Continue reading

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A good read on scientific writing

Unfortunately most of us (including myself) are guilty of this… …heres to more ‘Ingredient X’ in my next publication!! Or read the full Trends in Ecology & Evolution article HERE.

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2016, sure to be another busy year!

I’m now back in the office following a relaxing Christmas/New year break and looking forward to another busy year full of writing, student supervision, field work and the birth of our second child. I have just updated my list of student projects available … Continue reading

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I’ve been back from maternity leave for several months now and really enjoying getting back into the swing of things. Check out an overview of my most recent publication forming part of a Freshwater Sciences Bridges Cluster

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I’ve just returned to work from several months of maternity leave. I am excited to be back and ready to begin fieldwork, data analysis, writing and supervising students. I will be continuing to work primarily on the Little Stringybark Creek project (see … Continue reading

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My name is Samantha Imberger. I’m a freshwater ecologist currently employed as a research fellow within the Department of Resource Management and Geography at the The University of Melbourne. I am a member of the Waterway Ecosystem Research Group, which aims … Continue reading

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