University of Adelaide Panel: Frances Adamson, Tanya Monro and Amanda Vanstone
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As an Honorary Visiting Professor of the University of Adelaide, Julia normally gives an annual public lecture to the University community. This was not possible in 2020, so Julia instead hosted this special episode of A Podcast of One's Own with three distinguished University of Adelaide alumna - former Australian Immigration Minister Amanda Vanstone, Australia's Chief Defence Scientist Tanya Monro and Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade Secretary Frances Adamson.


They discuss their their careers, early experiences with gender barriers and how they’ve been impacted by COVID-19.

 

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