The SAT meets every six weeks and each meeting focuses on a particular application theme, or project activity, such as identifying opportunities and developing indictors of success. We are seeking submissions for each meeting to ensure that we have input from all staff across the University.
Any submission received will be presented to the SAT along with quantitative and qualitative data on the topic. After each meeting notes will be released on the ANU Athena SWAN website for review and comment. This feedback will be discussed at the following SAT meeting.
Thursday 22 June 2017
A Picture of the Institution - This meeting will focus on staff numbers by grade, contract, and function and asks us to look at any differences between genders. It will also look at the academic turnover rate and pay structures.
Friday 18 August 2017
Supporting and Advancing Women’s Careers: Key Career Transition Points - This meeting will focus on the key transition points for staff: Recruitment, Induction, and Promotion.;
Thursday 28 September 2017
Supporting and Advancing Women’s Careers: Career Development – This meeting will focus on what career development opportunities and career progression support is offered at ANU.
Wednesday 8 November 2017
Supporting and Advancing Women’s Careers: Flexible working and Managing Career Breaks – This meeting will focus on how ANU supports staff who need to change their working patterns, and how it approaches extended absences for parental leave.
Tuesday 5 December 2017
Organisation and Culture – This meeting will focus on how the Athena SWAN Principles can be embedded into the culture and working of ANU. To do this the SAT will look at the University’s HR Policies, the gender balance of committees, timing of meetings and social gatherings, visibility of role models, outreach activities, and leadership.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Staff – This meeting will focus on what is being done to lift the contributions of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Staff at ANU.
Supporting Transgender People and Intersectionality – This meeting will focus on the interconnected issues of sexism, racism, homophobia, transphobia, disability discrimination, classism and ageism and how ANU is creating an inclusive environment.