11 July – UQ-QUT Women in Finance ECR research day with Michelle Lowry (Drexel)
2018 Program of events
11-12 July 2018 – FIRN Women – UQ ECR workshops with Michelle Lowry (Drexel) and Robert Faff (UQ)
click here for final conference program
14 August 2018 – FIRN Women – UNSW Research Skills workshop in Accounting & Finance, Level 6, Business School Lounge, 9am-12noon. To register: https://unswfirnaccfinworkshop2018.eventbrite.com.au
28 September 2018 – FIRN Women – Curtin Research Skills workshop in Accounting, Finance & Economics, Perth CBD venue. Program available soon. To regsiter: https://firnwomencurtin.eventbrite.com.au
Presentation Papers and Slides
Presentation slides by Kathy Walsh (2017) FIRN-UTS workshop
Presentation slides by Kathy Walsh (2017) FIRN-UQBelles workshop
The Academic Job Market in Finance: A Rookie’s Guide – paper by Alexander W. Butler (University of South Florida) and Timothy Falcon Crack (University of Otago) –
Developing an Elevator Pitch workshop
Adapted from seminar by Tim Miller – “First Impressions: Telling Your Life Story in Two Minutes or Less”
Negotiating for Women workshop by Tyler Okimoto:
Presentation slides by Okimoto – Negotiation for Women for FEW-UQBelles workshop June 2016
Paper by Harvard Business Review (2003) – Nice-Girls-Dont-Ask
Report by Harvard Law School (2014) – Negotiation Strategies Women-Free Report
Paper by Thomas and Kilman – Negotiation Styles – When To Use Which Style
Paper by Moss and Racusinetal (2014) – Scientific Diversity Interventions
Paper by Workplace Gender Equality Agency (2013) – Negotiation – How it works for women and why it matters
“Conversation with…Michelle Lowry, Professor of Finance, Pennsylvania State University
transcript of interview available for download here.
“Conversations with…Deirdre McCloskey, UIC Distinguished Professor of Economics, History, English, and Communication, University of Illinois at Chicago
transcript available from FIRN please email firn[at]business.uq.edu.au.
Other program activities include mentoring of women by women where female academics are mentored by senior female academics; seminar presentations by international female research leaders; social networking events and a program session at the FIRN annual conference. All FIRN members (not just women) are encouraged to actively participate and support the FIRN Women program.