Self-employed agricultural consultant specialising in pesticide application, weed management, herbicide resistance management and crop production. Executive officer of the Australian Glyphosate Sustainability Working Group.
Biologist and passionate science educator, Teacher mentor/coach and Secondary science teacher.
Project Officer at South Coast Natural Resource Management and the Museum of the Great Southern. Works to build community capacity and engagement in NRM and coordinates and supports environmental education in the south coast region.
Biologist and specialist in environmental water management.
An experienced, dedicated and highly skilled science teacher. Her areas of expertise are Physics and Chemistry and General Science.
Associate Professor at the School of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Curtin University. Works on metamorphic rocks, with the Beeliar Group of Professors for Environmental Responsibility, and as Social Media Co-ordinator for the GSSC.
Wiebke completed a PhD in neuroscience at The Australian National University in Canberra, studying colour vision in marsupials – and founding the Early Career Researcher initiative “Young Visionaries”. She decided for a career in science communication and had her first job as Outreach Officer with the Australian Ocean Data Network at the University of Tasmania in Hobart in 2010, promoting data sharing in the marine research community. Sunny Perth soon lured her with a position at Curtin University where she became the Education & Outreach Manager of the prestigious ARC Centre of Excellence for All-sky Astrophysics (2011-2017). During those years, Wiebke found lots of different ways to communicate science, for example by producing a children’s comic book, a planetarium show and short explanatory videos (one of which clocked up over 1 million views on Youtube in less than 4 weeks). She now is the Centre Manager of the newly established UWA Wave Energy Research Centre and the first staff member to be based in the Centre’s designated headquarters in Albany. The Centre is funded by the State Government of Western Australia – Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development and has a significant mandate to deliver benefit to the Great Southern region.