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Monday, 12 January 2015 00:00

Robogals In Conversation: Nicole Brown

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Late last year Robogals Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Nicole Brown took the time to have a candid conversation with us about all things Robogals, taking a look back over how the past year went but also a look at all the exciting developments for 2015 including new opportunities for volunteers. She reveals her biggest highlight from 2014, provides an insight into the Robogals rebranding process to take place later this year and also reveals her secrets to time management.


Nicole Brown

Saturday, 27 December 2014 00:00

Award-Winning Girls Inspire at Science Challenge

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The ' Robogals Science Challenge Winners 2014' are annouced in Melbourne..
Tuesday, 23 December 2014 00:00

Robogals In Conversation: Monika Berlot

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Welcome to the very first Robogals In-Conversation Series blog, a new series which aims to highlight the stories, initiatives and volunteer efforts of the fantastic Robogals community. 

The first conversation involves Monika Berlot, a nineteen year old engineering student from the Australian National University (ANU) in Canberra. She is a particularly interesting case as she herself was a student during a Robogals rural school visit during a year 11 physics class in her hometown of Cooma. Fast forward two years and now she is a Robogals chapter executive. 



Monika with brother Esa

The North-American Regional Team in late October attended the annual conference held by the Society of Women Engineers(SWE14) which also included the International Conference of Women Engineers and Scientists (ICWES16).The theme for the conference 'Global Exchange for Change' saw 7000 attendees over three days listen to speakers, network and celebrate the accomplishments of female engineers.

The following blog post highlights the experiences of the North-American Regional Team (Garima, Natalie and Nicole) at the three day Conference.
The Annual Asia-Pacific SINE (Seminars Inducting New Executives)
was held at the University of Western Australia on the 27th-29th of September
with an incredible 120 Attendees from 14 Chapters making this the biggest SINE!
The following blog post re-counts the events from the AP SINE through the eyes of Robogals Melbourne.

Friday, 05 September 2014 01:10

A Little Faith Goes A Long Way

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Earlier in the year, Robogals sponsored a bright nine year old girl Faith from Wollongong to go overseas and compete at the FLL International Open in Canada. She is the only female member of the Project Bucephalus Team that represented Australia at the event. The team managed to take out the 1st place Programming Award! Since returning from overseas, Faith has kindly written this blog about her impressive journey...



Tuesday, 05 August 2014 00:25

Marita and Mark: What Have You Been Up To?

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It has now been over eighteen months since Robogals founder Marita Cheng and co-founder Mark Parncutt handed over the reigns to the next leadership generation. They recently took some time to answer a few questions about what they have been up to and their time in day to day involvement with Robogals. 

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Marita at the Daily Living Expo in Melbourne exhibiting Jeva (robotic arm)

With the excitement of our first official chapter in the Philippines marking our presence in 6 countries, the enthusiastic team from Robogals Cagayan de Oro (CDO) have provided some insights into their first workshop and some bonus volunteer quotes that are quite touching.

CDO Overview

Monday, 12 May 2014 03:24

Easter and Engineering - A Great Mix!

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Robogals Perth recently ran an Easter themed workshop at the University of Western Australia and received some lovely feedback from mother and student, Carol and Siena respectively. This is just a select example of the feedback our volunteers receive. It is moments like these which further validate everything that Robogals does and goes to show that all our volunteers hard work is worthwhile! 

We wish Siena all the best in all her future engineering aspirations. 


Perth Easter Workshop 1

Girls learning about and engaging with STEM, a beautiful sight

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