Designed for students in years 11 - 12, STEAM Day brings together bright minds to consider how Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics (STEAM) can be combined to solve some of the greatest issues we face in the future.
Think about astronomy, computer gaming, photography, or virtual reality — these all have roots in STEAM subjects and combine multiple disciplines.
In fact, many of today’s most exciting jobs are those that apply STEAM skills:
- Predicting weather patterns (Science)
- Coding software for Robotics (Technology)
- Building solar power solutions (Engineering)
- Designing video games experiences (Art)
- Creating algorithms that space artificial antelligence (Mathematics)
This free event provides participants with the opportunity to explore the latest interdisciplinary fields.
Participate in three workshops choosing between specific areas of focus.
Meet and mingle with current students to demystify the world of tertiary education
Explore and work in the facilities of Australia’s #1 ranked university
No specific materials are required
No hazardous materials will be used so you are free to wear comfortable casual clothing. Enclosed shoes are recommended
Cartering will be provided. If you have any special dietary requirements let us know before Friday 5 October or you may wish bring your own lunch
You will need to arrange your own transport to and from the event
Please note that places are limited and we may be unable to accommodate large group bookings. To discuss a group booking please email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone (02) 6125 7429
Limited parking is available near the Ian Ross Building 31 and Brian Anderson Building 115.