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BHERT Award Boosts Prestigious IMNIS Mentoring Program

The Industry Network in STEM (IMNIS) is a prestigious initiative of the Australian Academy of Technology and Engineering (ATSE) that works with the Fellows of the Academy and other industry leaders to exclusively mentor PhD students in STEM.

3 July 2017

VICTORIA’S PHDS GET GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY TO ENGAGE WITH INDUSTRY

17 June 2017

Minister Philip Dalidakis opened Victoria’s IMNIS MedTech-Pharma program which has 64 industry leaders mentoring 64 PhD students from four Universities: La Trobe University, RMIT University, Monash University and The University of Melbourne.

IMNIS APPOINTS EXPERT ADVISORY PANEL

10 April 2017

IMNIS, the national mentoring program connecting researchers and industry mentors, has appointed an Expert Advisory Panel of senior business and academic leaders to advise on implementation of the scheme.

CROSSING THE CULTURAL DIVIDE

21 March 2017

Executive Director of ATSE’s Industry Mentoring Network in STEM, Dr Marguerite Evans-Galea, paints a picture of Australia’s science and innovation future – one that requires a major cultural shift.

ATSE INDUSTRY MENTORING NETWORK IN STEM (IMNIS) APPOINTS INAUGURAL EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

23 January 2017

The Australian Academy of Technology and Engineering (ATSE) has appointed Dr Marguerite Evans-Galea as the inaugural Executive Director of the Academy’s Industry Mentoring Network in STEM (IMNIS) program.

IMNIS WINS NATIONAL COLLABORATION AWARD: MTPConnect

The IMNIS mentoring scheme – a recipient of the MTPConnect Project Fund Program – has won the 2016 Best Higher Education and Training Collaboration Award at the Business/Higher Education Round Table (B/HERT) national awards.

IMNIS WINS NATIONAL COLLABORATION AWARD

17 November 2016

IMNIS, the Academy’s PhD student mentoring scheme, has taken out the award for the Best Higher Education and Training Collaboration 2016 at the Business/Higher Education Round Table national awards.

ATSE’S IMNIS MENTORING PROGRAM SET TO RECEIVE $200,000 FUNDING

24 October 2016

The Academy’s PhD student mentoring scheme has been approved to receive a grant of $200,000 over two years from the MTPConnect Project Fund Program to extend its activities.

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