Growing Regional and Agricultural Students in Science

The University of New England's Growing Regional & Agricultural Students in Science (UNE GRASS) program leads the development and delivery of education programs that inspire students towards science careers, and helps create high-calibre science graduates who are business-ready for Australia's primary industries.

The repertoire of activities and opportunities for science school teachers and students run by the UNE GRASS program currently include the Industry Placement Scholarship and the Teacher Professional Development event  running in combination with

Discover the UNE GRASS experience.

Events calendar

Please expand the box below to view key dates for UNE GRASS activities.

GRASS Events Calendar

UNE GRASS activity

Date

2017-18 Industry Placement Scholarship (IPS) Industry Placements

Nov, Dec 2017 & Jan 2018

2018 IPS Student Reporting Back, The ’Stro, UNE

Feb 15, 2018

IPS School presentations

May 2018

IPS applications due

Prior to 11 June 2018

2017-18 IPS Student camp

July 2 & 3, 2018

Early bird Teacher Professional Development (TPD) rego

Aug 20, 2018

Teacher PD close of registration

Oct 22, 2018

TPD Event

Nov 29 & 30, 2018

2017-18 IPS Industry Placements

Oct, Nov & Dec 2018, Jan 2019

2017-18 IPS Student Reporting Back, The Bistro, UNE

Feb 11, 2019

Industry Placement Scholarship

Showcasing the broad range of exciting careers supporting the primary industries to Years 11 and 12 students. Includes a student camp, industry placement, and reporting back on the scholarship experience.

Scholarship Details

Teacher Professional Development

A two day event, including evening dinner function, giving teachers the opportunity to learn about science and research developments supporting local primary industries.

TPD Details

Contact

Susanna Greig
Science Education Officer
The University of New England's Growing Regional and Agricultural Students in Science (UNE GRASS)

Phone: +61 2 6773 2809 or +61 457 562 680
Email:susanna.greig@une.edu.au

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