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Turning challenge into opportunity: Olumide O. Opeyemi

Turning challenge into opportunity: Olumide O. Opeyemi

A global pandemic is a unique challenge we are all facing together. Olumide O. Opeyemi is a PhD student at the Queensland University of Technology and a highly motivated IMNIS mentee. We invited Olumide to interview and share how he has been managing and navigating this hurdle. Have you had to end, pause or pivot […]

Developing a future-ready workforce

Developing a future-ready workforce

How engagement and collaboration between industry and academia can help bridge the skills gap The skills gap is one of the biggest risks for organisations today, according to a recent article published [1] as part of the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting held in Davos, Switzerland earlier this year.  It highlights we must cast a […]

IMNIS Makes a Difference

IMNIS Makes a Difference

A recent study by three South Australian universities shows that the Industry Mentoring Network in STEM (IMNIS) is having a positive impact on PhD students; expanding their professional networks, increasing their employability and providing them with the skills and knowledge needed to engage and collaborate effectively with industry. These findings support the outcomes of the […]