Cracking the code: steering towards a safe, sustainable and responsible future

Hosted by ANU Women's Alumni Network and ANU School of Cybernetics

Unlock the power of a new approach to technological systems, and celebrate the month of International Women's Day, with the ANU Women's Alumni Network and the ANU School of Cybernetics.

Join us for a dynamic talk on women contributing to building a sustainable and responsible future through technology and discover what cybernetics has to offer. 

Take part in a lively networking session, where you can connect with like-minded individuals, mingle, and make meaningful connections. 

  • Alicia Lillington, Co-Chair, ANU Women’s Alumni Network (BIntRlns ‘13)
  • Kate Jacey, Senior Adviser, Public Sector Reform, Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet (MAppCybernetics ‘22)
  • Michelle Jasper, Director, ANU Gandaywarra: First Nations Innovation Hub (MAppCybernetics ‘22, current PhD)
  • Sarah O’Connor, former Research Fellow, ANU Tech Policy Design Centre (MAppCybernetics ‘21)
  • Chloe Skafte, PhD student and Casual Sessional academic, ANU School of Cybernetics (MAppCybernetics ‘21)

Date: Tuesday 21 March 2023

Time: 6–7.30pm

Location: The Gallery, level 2, Kambri Cultural Centre, University Avenue, ANU


Alumni Relations
Phone: 02 6125 5004


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