WOMEN of STEM Tote Bag
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"What you do makes a difference, and you have to decide what kind of difference you want to make" - Dame Jane Goodall
WOMEN IN STEMM
This International Women's Day 2023, we are excited to be celebrating some of Australia's most extraordinary Women in STEMM. To showcase their achievements and expertise, to highlight their standing in their fields and the path they are paving for other women and girls in all things Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics and Medicine.
The 13 women featured in our design are just a small selection of the Australian Women in STEMM. Jess has designed each portrait to replicate the periodic table, symbolising the elements each Dr and Professor bring to their industry.
These amazing women are:
H - DR. HELEN ALMA TURNER NEWTON - Geneticist and Statistician. Leading Authority on sheep genetics and she used quantitative genetics to improve the quality and quanity in sheep's wool. To read more about Helen, click here.
Mw - PROF. MARY-ANNE WILLIAMS - Robotics and Behavourial Designer in Artificial Intelligence. Mary-Anne Williams is a leading expert in AI and Innovation. She is also a World Champion in Social Robotics 201902022. She is also committed to educating, inspiring the next generation of leaders and entrepreneurs in the AI and Robotics Space. Learn more about Mary-Anne here.
Lh - PROF. LIZ HARRY - Microbiologist and Biochemist. Professor Liz Harry pioneered fluorescence microscopy, revealing the makeup of bacterial cells which then changed our thinking on how bacterial cells divide. To learn more, click here.
Aw - DR. ANIKA MOLESWORTH - Agroecology Scientist and Climate Change Science Communicator. Her research includes finding solutions and improvements to the environmental conditions and livelihoods of subsistence farmers. Read more here.
Ej - PROF. EMMA JOHNSTON - Marine Biologist. A leading authority in Marine Ecology, Professor Johnston focuses on the impacts of pollution, microplastics and invasive species on marine ecology, most notably in Antarctic and Australian waters. You might also recognise her from the Coast Australia TV Series. Read about Professor Johnston here.
Dh - PROF. DOROTHY HILL - Geologist and Palaeontologist. Professor Hill was also the first female professor at an Australian university and the first female president of the Australian Academy of Science. Learn more here.
M - DR. MARGUERITE EVANS-GALEA. Molecular Biologist and the Co-Founder of Women in STEMM Australia. Her research includes cell and gene therapy and neurodegenerative diseases. She has a champion for gender equality in STEMM. Check Dr Evans-Galea here.
Tm - PROF. TANYA MONRO - Physicist. Prof Monro is a leading authority in photonics and optical physics. She is also the first woman to hold the position of Chief Defence Scientist Australia. Read more here.
Mj - ASSOC. PROF. MISTY JENKINS - Immunologist. Assoc. Prof Jenkins is the first Indigenous Australia to attend Oxford and Cambridge Universities as a PhD research fellow. Her research focuses on lymphocytes and cancer treatments, notably brain cancer. She is also an advocate for education opportunities for Indigenous Australians. Learn more here.
Ms - PROF. MICHELLE SIMMONS - Quantum Physics. She is internationally recognised as the "Creator of the field of atomic electronics". She was also named Australian of the Year in 2018 for her work in quantum information science. Watch her TEDx talk here.
Fw - DR. FIONA WOOD - Plastic Surgeon. Dr Wood is a renowned burns specialist and invented "spray-on skin" which aid in the healing of severe burns. Dr Wood was awarded Australian of the Year in 2003 and an Order of Australia (OM) in 2003. Check her out here.
Eb - PROF. ELIZABETH BLACKBURN - Biochemist. Prof Blackburn is the first Australian woman to win a Nobel Prize for Physiology/Medicine. Awarded in 2009 following her research in to chromosomes, telomerase and cell ageing. Learn more here.
Fs - PROF. FRANCES SEPAROVIC - Biophysical Chemist. Professor Separovic's research led to developing a technique that used nuclear magnetic resonance to study peptides and studying the structure of membrane proteins. She is the female chemist t be appointed with professorship in Victoria and the first female chemist to be elected to the Australian Academy of Science. Check her out here.Available in a natural cream colour and black.
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Returns and Refunds
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HIGH TEES RETURNS POLICY
- You may return any full price item/s within 90 days of purchase for a store credit in the form of an e-Gift Voucher. The store credit will be to the value of your item/s excluding postage. (Full Priced items that were purchased with a discount code will be accepted).
- All returns will be assessed and if they meet our conditions of return you will be issued an e-Gift Voucher that will allow you to purchase a different item or the same item in a different size.
- Customers who receive a product/s with manufacturing faults are entitled to a full refund.
- Customers who received the wrong product are entitled to a full refund.
- Customers who ordered a product that is sold out are entitled to a full refund.
- Return postage is at the customer’s own expense unless the item is deemed as faulty or you were sent the incorrect item.
CONDITION OF RETURN
- All product(s) must be returned:
- unworn, unwashed and free of marks or any damage
- no smell of perfume, deodorant or washing powder
HOW DO I RETURN AN ITEM FOR EXCHANGE OR REFUND?
If you wish to return an item for any reason please follow these steps below:
- Download the Returns Form below
- Please indicate on the Form if you are requesting a return for a store credit or if you are seeking a refund for a faulty product.
- Pack all items with your completed Returns Form in secure packaging and protected from the delivery process.
- We strongly suggest insured Registered Post as HIGH TEES is not liable for lost /undelivered return parcels. We further advise that you request proof of postage from the Post Office for your records.
- HIGH TEES will only cover the cost of shipping on a return where the item is deemed faulty or you were sent the incorrect item by us.
If you are unable to download our Returns Form please contact us on email@example.com and we will email a copy out to you.
Please return the goods to our HQ:
Attention: Returns & Exchanges
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RECEIVING YOUR STORE CREDIT (E-GIFT VOUCHER) OR REFUND
We endeavour to have all store credits issued with a E-Gift Voucher within 48 hours of the items being received by our warehouse. If your item is deemed as faulty a refund will be issued using the original payment method. If our garment technician does not deem the product to be faulty it will be returned to you at your cost and no refunds will be issued.
ASSESSING THE RETURN
Return product/s will be assessed and we will notify you if your return has been accepted. Item/s which do not satisfy the above Conditions of Return will not be accepted and will be returned to the customer at their expense.
If your item is develops faults within 6 months of purchase that are due to manufacturing and not general wear and tear please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Where possible item/s will be repaired or replaced for the same product, in the same size and colour, subject to availability. If the item/s cannot be repaired or replaced for the same item, a full refund will be issued. Repairs do not come with any guarantees. All items returned as faulty will be inspected and any items deemed subject to fair wear and tear will not be accepted as faulty. In this instance, the cost of the return of this item will be the responsibility of the customer.
CANCELLING OR AMENDING YOUR ORDER
If notified via email on email@example.com within 24 hours of your order being placed, HIGH TEES can accommodate order cancellations. As your order is printed on demand, if items have been printed, HIGH TEES is unable to accommodate the order cancellation request.
During busy periods, including Christmas, it may not be possible to accept change requests. If your order has already been shipped, HIGH TEES is unable to accept any change requests.
The above policies relate only to purchases made from the hightees.com.au website. All items purchased elsewhere must be returned to the original place of purchase, including faulty items. In this instance, the policies of that retail store will apply in terms of exchange or refund for change of mind. Your rights under law for faulty items still apply.
Our goods come with guarantees that cannot be excluded under the Australian Consumer Law. You are entitled to a replacement or refund for a major failure and compensation for any other reasonably foreseeable loss or damage. You are also entitled to have the goods repaired or replaced if the goods fail to be of acceptable quality and the failure does not amount to a major failure.