Would you like to see a greater uptake of science and mathematics in schools and universities?
Scientists in Schools are looking for people in regional centres such as yours who are interested in assisting school students to come to a greater appreciation of the application of science and mathematics in so many professions in their local communities.
The Scientists in Schools program builds partnerships between professional people in the science and mathematics areas and teachers - a small commitment of your time in the form of a partnership with a local teacher could well set individual students on a path to a career in science and mathematics.
- Mentor students
- Help run a science/maths fair
- Set up a science or maths club
- Share your research
- Promote careers in science and maths
- Help develop interesting classroom experiments and activities
Participation is free and open to all scientists and mathematicians wanting to share their passion for science/maths. It’s a sure-fire way to have you thinking about your work in new ways, have fun and help inspire and motivate another generation of researchers.
A free Scientists in Schools and Mathematicians in Schools Information Session is being held near you – come along and find out how you can participate! See attached Information Session Schedule for locations, dates and how to register.
Project Officer NSW | Scientists in Schools
Phone: +61 2 9490 8405 | Fax: +61 2 9490 8648
firstname.lastname@example.org | www.scientistsinschools.edu.au | www.mathematiciansinschools.edu.au
Postal Address: 3 Julius Ave, T3 – Unit 14 Riverside Corporate Park, North Ryde NSW 2113, Australia
Scientists in Schools incorporates the sub-program Mathematicians in Schools.