The Australian newspaper, in partnership with the University of South Australia,will explore how schools, universities, governments, parents and business corporations can work together to develop, implement and sustain a long-term investment in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.
The luncheon event will examine why existing programs have not resulted in a national approach to STEM; what are the obstacles to greater student participation in STEM and how Australia can increase its STEM teaching workforce.
Panel discussion topics will include; why is STEM so vital to Australia’s economic future; what lessons can Australia learn from other countries; and how can corporations work with the education sector to ensure a generation of workers skilled in STEM.
Guest arrival from: 12.15pm
Event commences: 12.30pm
Event concludes: 2.00pm
Please note that only limited parking is available onsite.
Baroness Professor Susan Greenfield
Scientist, Writer, Broadcaster & member of the House of Lords
Director of the Science Creativity Education (Sci.C.Ed) Studio, University of South Australia
Dr Leanna Read
Chief Scientist for South Australia
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