Regional Hub - Townsville

The Townsville STEM Hub was established in March 2017.

Committee Members

  • James Cook University
  • Townsville State High School
  • CityLibraries Townsville
  • Townsville City Council
  • Kirwan State High School

STEM Hub members and contributors include people from:

  • CSIRO
  • GBRMPA
  • AIMS
  • James Cook University
  • Central Queensland University
  • Smart Precinct NQ
  • State and Independent primary and secondary schools
  • Businesses and Industry representatives

Key Activities

  • Sharing any relevant STEM events being held in the region through our communication channels below
  • Providing advice on STEM engagement to organisations including government (local, state and federal), government agencies, education, business, industry and community
  • Delivering the very popular Townsville STEM Faire
  • Facilitating STEM Sharing sessions – see the results of the August 2017 session here: Part 1 and Part 2
  • Holding STEM Networking opportunities
  • Leading collaborative planning sessions
  • Championing National Science Week celebrations in the region

Upcoming Community Meetings

All events are advertised through our email list, Twitter and Facebook.

Find out more – Our Communication Channels

The Townsville STEM Hub have previously supported the following projects:

Townsville STEM Faires are amazing experiences!

In 2019 over 1,800 attended the Faire at Thuringowa Library.

Dr Graham Walker’s science shows were very popular again, and people were able to engage with a range of exhibitors including Coral Watch, CSIRO Education, James Cook University, Rockfield Technologies, Tech NQ and many more! Speakers from JCU students to AIMS researchers were well attended too, and secondary students pitching their inventions for the Entrepreneurs of Tomorrow program were amazing!

 

In 2018 we welcomed 1,700 people to the Faire at Thuringowa Library.

The science shows by internationally acclaimed science communicator Dr Graham Walker was the standout, with parents and children commenting is was the highlight of the day. The chance to play with robots, provided by Annandale Christian College and Stories Galore, and to fly a drone, provided by Townsville City Council, were also very popular. Townsville’s scientists, inventors and innovators of tomorrow were showcased via the Entrepreneurs of Tomorrow program. As well as the active programs, attendees appreciated the static displays of the Townsville STEM Photography competition award winners.

 

 

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