FORMER Gawler Young Citizen of the Year award winner Franke Agenbag is set to inspire young women to start a STEM-related career when she speaks at the Gawler International Women’s Day breakfast on Friday, March 8.
NURIOOTPA High School students have enjoyed kicking off the new year in their recently-completed science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) building.
SCIENCE, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) students from Trinity College have capped off another fruitful year by achieving success at two national tournaments in December.
ELIZABETH South Primary School students have solved their schoolyard rubbish problems, creating an award-winning wheelie bin to encourage students to dispose of their waste responsibly.
A BRAND new flexible learning space at Roseworthy Primary School is better preparing students for the jobs of the future, while encouraging teamwork, problem-solving and learning across a range of modern technologies.
EIGHT years ago, Trinity College senior leader Sue O’Malley inspired a small group of students to build robots, and they would go on to show off their talents on a global stage.
KAPUNDA High School students have been inspired and encouraged to engage in STEM learning, following a visit and talk from Clare based structural and civil engineer Michelle Verco.
A TEAM of Kapunda High School students will put their drone-flying skills to the test when they partake in a statewide STEM competition.