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Let's Torque: Panel Discussion - What does STEM mean to you?

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Why do we use the term STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics)? What does it really mean to young STEM students today?

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Join Let’s Torque, a student-run STEM communication organisation started at Monash University, in a panel discussion. The topic of discussion is ‘What does STEM mean to you?’

In addition to discussing that question, the event will also explore the appeal of a variety of STEM fields and highlight the talent and passion of current STEM students.

This event is aimed at young people aged between late teens to late 20s, but suitable for anyone aged 15+.

This is a free event. Bookings are required.

Bookings:

  • Register through Eventbrite here (Click on the green 'Register' button)
  • Telephone the library on 1300 630 920
  • Bookings close the day before the event

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  • This program will be delivered online via Zoom.
  • Bookings are required in order to receive the Zoom link for this virtual event.

Participants will require the following:

  • An email address
  • Smartphone, tablet, or computer with internet access
  • Library membership – join the library here

For any questions, contact the library by telephone on 1300 630 920 Monday – Friday, 9am - 6pm.

For more library programs and events, visit the What's On page here.

Panellist Bios:

The three Let’s Torque guest panellists for this event will be Matt, Yu Xuan, and Mitchell.

Matt is completing the Bachelor of Science Advanced - Global Challenges at Monash University, majoring in Climate Science. In his first year, Matt interned at the Bureau of Meteorology and is now looking to make his way further into the field.

Yu Xuan Peh is currently studying a double degree in law and science at Monash University. Majoring in Ecology, she is passionate about improving environmental sustainability and protection. Yu Xuan enjoys flexing her creative muscle through cooking, art, and managing marketing channels at Let's Torque.

Mitchell is studying aerospace engineering and computer science at Monash University. He's an environmentalist with a fixation on the question "why?", his interests range from politics to programming and everything in between.

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