Supported by Gold Fields, Saracen Mineral Holdings, the WA School of Mines and Independence Group, CoRE Learning Foundation presents Australia’s Women in STEM ambassador and astrophysicist, Prof. Lisa Harvey-Smith, on the Goldfields Tour: Pathways to STEM Equity.
Between 30 June and 7 July 2019, Professor Lisa Harvey-Smith, Astrophysicist & Australia’s Women in STEM Ambassador, will engage in industry workshop discussions and forums with primary and secondary students from Kent Street and Goldfields schools between Esperance and Leinster.
The tour will be promoting pathways to STEM equity and the importance of 21st century STEM careers.
Perth (1 July) - sold out
Esperance (2 July)
Norseman / Kambalda (3 July)
Coolgardie / Kalgoorlie (4 July) - book tickets
Leinster (5 July)
Leonora (5 - 6 July)
Developed at Kent Street Senior High School, CoRE is a STEM education program that encourages students to explore possibilities by combining science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics to develop novel solutions to real-world problems. CoRE takes students out of the classroom and into the field, where they can apply the theory they’ve learnt in class, as well as have the opportunity to participate in industry events, international field trips, and more.
For more information on the CoRE Learning Foundation, visit the website.