Come along and join our casual morning teas held the third Saturday of each month from 10.00am.

Our first morning tea for 2017 will be held at the Open House Café at Kawana Home Centre. These mornings are very informal which gives members a chance to get-to-know other like minded women

Further information contact:

Yvonne Koster: paylkoster@bigpond.com
Bernice Anderson: bernice@chariot.com.au

 

International Women’s Day Breakfast
was held at The Yacht Club, 33 Parkyn Parade, Mooloolaba
on Saturday 4th March

The Guest Speaker was Dr Bridie Scott-Parker (Senior USC Research Fellow, National Health and Medical Research Council)

Dr Bridie Scott-Parker leads the Adolescent Risk Research Unit (ARRU) at the University of the Sunshine Coast. As leader of ARRU, Bridie is also interested in adolescent health and wellbeing generally and includes risk taking and the influence of personal, social and structural influence upon risky behaviour.

Theme for 2017 is “Be Bold For Change” – help forge a better working world, a more inclusive, gender equal world.

Bursary Events

2016 Bursary Recipients

Left to right: Senior Deputy Vice Chancellor of USC, Prof Birgit Lohmann,
Allison Camille, Emma Williams, Emma Kendall, Jessica Bettega and Lauren Kaloczy

 

Bursary Presentation Breakfast
will be held at the Innovation Centre, University of the Sunshine Coast on 1st July.
Come along and hear our successful under-graduate bursary winners share their education journey.


2017 Events


Previous Events

Book Launch – Volume 2 “An Educated Woman” June 2014

After the dedicated work of President Sylvia Hovey, and with editorial assistance from Past President Bernice Anderson, the second edition of “An Educated Woman” was finally launched. This edition records the lives and thoughts of GWQ SC members (including their university and professional experiences), and follows the initial book, which was completed in 2001.

SC Member Helen McBride (Past National President of AFUW Qld) presented an excellent tribute and history of “An Educated Woman” and officially launched this volume.

Professor Karen Nelson (who had recently joined the USC faculty as Pro Vice Chancellor – Students) attended, representing USC and spoke of the close connections between GWQ SC and USC.