National Science Week Queensland 2019

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National Science Week Queensland 2019

The Queensland National Science Week Coordinating Committee Seed Grants

The Queensland National Science Week Coordinating Committee offers annual seed grants up to $2,500 for activities undertaken during National Science Week in August each year.  The aim of the grants is to increase community awareness, understanding and engagement with science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) based activities during National Science Week in Queensland.  The Committee congratulates the following recipients for 2019:

Dr Gurion AngGladstone, Mackay, Bundaberg, MaryboroughUQPokemon – biology comparison and realism, interactive, enquiry
Elizabeth JestonNarangba4504Narangba State SchoolHands on STEM activities, science fete, 15 activities, space themed
Emma O’SheaIpswich4341Faith Lutheran CollegeSTEM workshops with senior students teaching junior students, chemistry, biology, physics, ag science experiments and activities, competitions
Jennifer TrybulaDouglas4814Tec-NQ LimitedSTEM in trades during JCU open day, careers guidance
Terrie HookeyAitkenvale4814Aitkenvale State SchoolSTEMtastic outreach: interactive stalls, guest speakers, fete
Peter HincksThursday Island4875Tagai State CollegeTournament challenge for families – biosecurity, forest, health
Bob BartleyTarangnaba, Yeppoon, Emu Park4703Tarangnaba State SchoolMoon themed – challenge events, presenting planned missions to colonise moon
Kylie de CourceyCairns4870Trinity Bay State High SchoolStar gazing space with guest speaker

2019 Audience Survey (National Science Week Queensland Events)

Tell us about your experiences with our 2019 National Science Week events by filling out this quick survey:

2019 Seed Grant Recipients – Final Report

If you are a 2019 Grant recipient, we invite you to share the results of your events by submitting the below Report by 31 August 2019.

Complete the online final Report and record your expenditure via the National Science Week Grant Acquittal Survey