NAWIC NSW 2013 International Women's Day Scholarship
NAWIC is pleased to announce the winner of the 2013 IWD Scholarship is...
NAWIC NSW 2012 International Women's Day Scholarship Winner
At the IWD cocktail party the 2012 scholarship winner Laila Mehrpour, Development Manager at Lend Lease was awarded the prize for her proposal to undertake research on the viability of high density urban planning for Sydney, and whether the ‘Copenhagenisation’ of Sydney is a feasible part of the city’s development future.
Judges for the scholarship included Melonie Bayl-Smith – Director, Liquid Architecture, Cathal O’Rourke – Director, Laing O’Rourke, Mark Griffin – Building Services Discipline Leader, AECOM, Drenka Andjelic – Director, Construction Assignments and we are grateful for their participation in this initiative.
CLICK HERE to download Laila Mehrpour's "NAWIC 2012 International Women’s Day Scholarship White Paper"
| Past IWD Scholarship Winners White Papers & Presentations
NAWIC NSW is pleased to announce Natalie Myatt as the winner of the 2011 National Women in Construction (NAWIC) International Women’s Day Scholarship.
Please click on the links below to view the White Papers prepared by the winners of our previous IWD Scholarship.
Melonie Bayl-Smith - Buildability: The Future of Construction Educations
Melonie used the NAWIC IWD Scholarship to investigate her observations: that in universities and in practice, changes in foundational and continuing education in building technologies, over the past two decades, has resulted in distinct disparities between learning opportunities offered by architectural schools across Australia.
Click below to read Melonie's paper in full.
Ruth Kestermann - Sustainable Affordable Housing
Fiona Shewring - The Future's Rosie: Initiatives and Pathways for Tradeswomen in the United States of America - an Australian Perspective
White Paper Part 1
White Paper Part 2
White Paper Part 3
Presentation Part 1
Presentation Part 2
Presentation Part 3