Tracey Dennis Chief Executive Officer Engineering Aid Australia welcomes its first Indigenous Australian CEO, Tracey Dennis Engineering Aid Australia (EAA) has appointed its first fully funded and strategically-focused CEO – Tracey Dennis, a proud Biripi woman. EAA Chairman Greg Steele explained the appointment comes soon after EAA reviewed its operations and developed its Future Directions…
Dr Courtney Ryder (left) with her PhD supervisor Prof Rebecca Ivers Courtney Ryder came to the first IAESS in 1998. In 2021 Courtney gained her PhD from the University of New South Wales for her thesis which focused on understanding the nuanced ways in which health inequity manifestations impact on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander…
A very excited Miranda Mahoney after receiving her Bachelor of Engineering Degree at The University of Queensla
EAA Director, Kevin Hopkins, receives from Railway Technical Society of Australasia’s Graham Holden, a generous donation made by RTSA on behalf of all presenters and session chairs at its Conference on Railway Excellence ( CORE) 2021. RTSA’s activities include promoting the rail industry as a unique place to build an engineering career.
Inspiring Lifelong Learning – Jeff Dobell Memorial Scholarships 2021 Each year EAA awards the Jeff Dobell Memorial Scholarship to eligible former IAES students to assist and inspire them in their University studies. This year’s recipients are: Eliza Lyall IAES 2019 Queensland University of Technology Bachelor of Engineering Beau Saunders IAES 2018 Sydney University Bachelor of…
EAA acknowledges and thanks Veolia for hosting our Partner ‘Thank You’ Reception in November 2019. Richard Mueller (Veolia) Grant Maher (IAES in 1998) Director Jabin Group Pty Ltd. Jim Gallanos (CCE), Natasha Winter (CCE), Valeria Mendez, Giwangallani Mendez (IAES 2019) and John Khalis (CCE) Ron Johann (MBH), Kevin Hopkins EAA Director WA, Peter Hyndman (Arcadis).
VALE OUR PATRON Engineering Aid Australia mourns the passing on 16 May 2019 of The Hon. RJL Hawke, our Patron for the past 22 years and a former Prime Minister passionately committed to equal educational opportunities for all Australian youth. Tribute to our much loved Uncle Bob. Read
Jaden attended the 2017 Indigenous Australian Engineering School in Perth hosted by Curtin University on behalf of Engineering Aid Australia. Read the article which appeared in the National Indigenous Times on 22 May 2019. Read
Media Release IAES 2019 Admiralty House Please use this link to upload Giwangallani’s speech at Admiralty House IAES 2019
Engineering Aid Australia’s Indigenous Australian Engineering Summer School (IAESS) Reception Friday January 13th, 2017 Government House Sydney His Excellency General The Honourable David Hurley AC DSC (Ret’d), Governor of New South Wales FULL SPEECH AVAILABLE HERE