AuSI's Prof Shirley Leitch on Dinner Ladies Save the World podcast: Covid Insights

AuSI's Prof Shirley Leitch on Dinner Ladies Save the World podcast: Covid Insights
Wednesday 20 May 2020

The Australian Studies Institute's Professor Shirley Leitch was featured on the most recent episode of the uplifting ANU podcast Dinner Ladies Save the World.

In the final episode of Series 1 of Dinner Ladies Save the World, Prof Sharon Friel speaks with all of the Dinner Ladies about their insights from the Covid-19 experience. Hear from the ANU experts listed below (they are all Dinner Ladies!):

Professor Sharon Friel is the host of Dinner Ladies Save the World, and Director of the Menzies Centre for Health Governance, RegNet at the ANU.

Professor Imogen Mitchell is Director of the Medical School, ANU, and on secondment as Clinical Director of the Covid-19 response in the Australian Capital Territory, Australia.

Professor Lyndall Strazdins is Director of the Research School of Population Health, ANU.

Professor Helen Sullivan is Director Crawford School of Public Policy, ANU.

Professor Toni Erskine is Director Coral Bell School of Asia Pacific Affairs, ANU. 

Professor Sally Wheeler OBE is Pro-Vice Chancellor for International Strategy and Dean of the College of Law, ANU.

Professor Lesley Seebeck is CEO of the Cyber Institute, ANU. 

Professor Joan Leach is Director of the National Centre for the Public Awareness of Science at the Australian National University.

Professor Shirley Leitch is a Professorial Fellow at the Australian Studies Institute, ANU. She was former Dean of the College of Business and Economics, and Deputy Vice Chancellor of Global Engagement at the ANU.

Listen now: Soundcloud or Apple Podcasts

More about Dinner Ladies Save the World:

Join Prof Sharon Friel and senior female academics in this uplifting podcast celebrating amazing women with incredible minds discussing how to solve the World’s problems. Easy!

Each episode features the Dinner Ladies chatting over ‘virtual’ dinner about Covid-19 in the context of politics, inequality, ethics, civil liberty, climate change and more...

Find more episodes on Soundcloud or Apple Podcasts


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