APECS Oceania is the National Committee for Australian and New Zealand for the Association of Polar Early Career Scientists (APECS). APECS Oceania was founded in 2012 any currently we have over 120 members throughout Australia and New Zealand. Our goal is to create a network students (undergraduate, Master and PhD), postdoctoral researchers, recent faculty appointees and polar educators interested in polar science across Australia and New Zealand.
APECS Oceania strives to connect our members with research vacancies, scholarship opportunities, conferences and news features, while showcasing articles about polar science in action. New early career polar scientists are always welcome and you can become a member of APECS Oceania through the APECS International – Join APECS website.
APECS Oceania Aims
- Create a network of polar researchers across all polar disciplines in Australia and New Zealand;
- Provide seminars, workshops and networking events at polar conferences and events held in Australia and New Zealand;
- Provide opportunities for career development;
- Promote education and outreach.
Current Executive Committee
President (interim): Alyce Hancock (IMAS & SOOS)
Secretary (interim): Svenja Halfter (IMAS)
APECS Oceania International Representatives: Jasmine Lee (Monash) & Nathaniel Young (UTAS)
Senior Officers: Hanne Nielsen (UTAS) & Gabriela Roldan (Gateway Antarctica)
Treasurer: Eva Cougnon (IMOS)
Senior Advisor: Meagan Dewar (Federation)
Current Council Members
Shaun Brooks (IMAS)
Oakes Holland (UQ)
Nicole Hellessey (IMAS)
Lisa Craw (IMAS)
Hannes Hollman (IMAS)
APECS Oceania Social Media Team
Alyce Hancock (UTAS)
Lisa Craw (UTAS)