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Women in STEM Drone education.Australia wide.

Australia loses female talent at every stage of the STEM pipeline despite no innate cognitive gender differences. She Flies is on a mission to address this problem.

Terri Mulqueen

STEM Coordinator, Smithfield State High School

Terri Mulqueen

STEM programs

Drones in school

She Flies is dedicated to improving female participation in STEM. We emphasise real life STEM applications in our programs, linked to the Australian Curriculum.

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Teacher Professional Experiences

She Flies offers training and ongoing support to educators to help them bring drones and real life STEM applications into their classroom.

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Everyone can participate in drones

She Flies certified instructors host drone events throughout Australia and co-founders Karen and Catherine regularly conduct keynote talks and workshops. Our programs are not restricted to just schools!

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Why She Flies?

Inspiring women to engage in science, technology, engineering and maths

She Flies generates conversation around gender equality in STEM, using the world of drones to inspire and provide a platform for change to occur. We have 12 inspirational instructors around the country to support you.

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Posted on 13 August 2018

Using Drones for Weed Management

Using Drones for Weed Management

An area I do a lot of work in is weed management – a field I can see huge potential for the use of drones. I would love to use a similar approach to release biological control agents, such as the lantana bugmite, on sites I am currently working on that have poor and/or unsafe ground access.

Posted on 05 August 2018

Tagai Students Get a Taste of Drones

Tagai Students Get a Taste of Drones

​I have taught in a few different schools in my teaching career, but last week I got to travel to one of the most northern parts of Australia, Thursday Island, Torres Strait. The students from Tagai State College are spread across the Torres Strait, with one student travelling by helicopter from Porum Island (Coconut Island). There were students from as far as Sabai, an island only 8kms south of Papua New Guinea. While primary school students were ferried over from Horn Island each day.