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SATURDAY, 20 AUGUST
Registrations open Monday, 13 June @ 6.00pm
On Saturday, 20 August 2022, St Patrick's College Townsville will present the sixth annual #STEMLIKEAPATSGIRL Conference - the only event of its kind in North Queensland. It is a day devoted to empowering and engaging girls in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). The event is open to all girls, aged 10 - 15, from North Queensland who have an interest in STEM. Entry is free, with morning tea and lunch provided.
In 2022, the College will once again partner with leaders in Engineering, Mathematics, Science, including Marine Science and Sustainability, to deliver a jam-packed experience with hands-on activities and explosive workshops.
2022 Workshops will be:
Counter Explosive Hazards
Crime Scene Investigation
Detecting the Unseen
Engineering the Future
Humanitarian Aid and Disaster Relief
Junk Pile Engineers
Let's Blow Something Up
Let’s Get Physical-ly Active
Modelling Marine Ecosystems
What is Pathology?
This year, we will have three special guest presenters:
Kirsty Roberts, Lead Commissioning Engineer
Tanya Hornick, Strategic Partnership Manager, Queensland, Australian Bureau of Statistics | GAICD
Dr Samantha Nixon, Post-doctoral researcher at the Institute for Molecular Biosciences, University of Queensland
St Patrick’s College Townsville
45 The Strand (PO Box 721)
Townsville Qld 4810
T (61) 4753 0300
F (61) 4753 0336
College Absence Line:
CRICOS No. 03317K
Call in and visit us on Townsville’s Strand beachfront...Where Ambition Meets Compassion
A Ministry in Mercy Partners
Acknowledgement of Country: We give thanks and respectfully acknowledge the Wulgurukaba people, the Traditional Custodians of this beautiful country whose land our College shares. We recognise their ongoing deep spiritual connection to this Country, and the care they gave for thousands of years. We also acknowledge the Bindal people as the neighbouring Custodians of their Country. We pay our respects to the Elders, past, present and emerging and extend that respect to other Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples here today.