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Dr Jana K Schniete 14h
Wonderful to see all my postcards arriving!
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Thames Valley Vikings Touch Club Jan 17
Last year, club member Louise Batts took being a Viking to new epic levels. She travelled on a ship to Antarctica as part of 's mission on climate change. We're so proud of her! What a world changer 🌍 🛶 💪 She even repped her Viking vest on ice 😳 ❄️
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Angela Spenley Jan 20
Very proud to have received a postcard from from The British Antarctic Territory! As part of Women in STEMM from around the 🌍 with skills to lead and influence policy!
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Emma Kennedy Jan 20
Replying to @reef_scientist
Last month with we got to visit these special little on the Antarctic Peninsula! There, rapid warming from has meant Adélie's are losing habitat to other penguin species. Sticking to our is important to help save them!
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Professor Frances Separovic Jan 14
Hear from members & , Aparna, Mita & Pallavi, with whom I went to Antarctica on a leadership course Trip to Antarctica: 3 India-Born Women on Battling Climate Change
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deborah oconnell Jan 18
A fabulous day in the life of Homeward Bounds 4th cohort in Antarctica
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Elaine Huber Jan 15
Writing down my memories of with
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Bianca Das Jan 16
Replying to @BreneBrown
The most difficult aspect of for me was learning to set my own boundaries: to clarify what’s okay and not okay, and being willing to say no. Usually, this is because I’m worried about upsetting others or disrespecting their boundaries. Thank you
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Thames Valley Vikings Touch Club Jan 17
Replying to @HomewardBound16
Read more about Lou’s epic trip and what the crew got up to:
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Fabian Dattner Jan 19
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Elaine Huber Jan 17
Leaving Ushuaia heading down the Beagle channel towards with an amazing group of women who were about to become great friends.
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Professor Frances Separovic Jan 15
Great interview with member, Samia, with whom I went south. Hear her story and thoughts on and Samia Elfekih: Tunisian researcher in Antarctica for the first time via
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Karen spenley Jan 20
That’s the magic of or perhaps We were lucky with the weather, we did more continental landings than ever before so perhaps postal arrival too!!
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Professor Frances Separovic Jan 20
Excellent article regarding and . The importance of celebrating diversity in STEMM
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Professor Frances Separovic Jan 15
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Bianca Das Jan 16
Replying to @btdasnz
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Professor Frances Separovic Jan 17
Interview with biologist/pilot and sister, Michele, on leadership and making connections Taking 'Farmers Fight' to a New Frontier: Q&A With Michele Finn ’88 via
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Professor Frances Separovic Jan 15
Posters of some great Downloadable STEM Role Models Posters Celebrate Women Innovators As Illustrated By Women Artists: - via:
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Professor Frances Separovic Jan 16
Academics must balance privacy and honesty to become great role models for
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