About Science Outreach at UNE
UNE's Science Outreach events and activities aim to deliver educational, research-led programs to the wider community, including primary, secondary and tertiary students, teachers, and the general public.
Activities and opportunities for science school teachers and students, including the Industry Placement Scholarship and Teacher Professional Development event.
HSC Booster Days
Jam packed with relevant information in Maths, Science, Economics, Business and Legal Studies to assist Year 12 students to reach their full potential.
Far Out Science
Immersing students from Years 5 to 10 in hands on science activities, inspiring creative thought, critical evaluation of problems and curiosity explosions.
A one day event including a Careers Fair showcasing employers from the agricultural and agribusiness sector, and and Industry Dinner.
ConocoPhillips Science Experience
An opportunity for school students to immerse themselves in hands-on science activities across a range of disciplines.
Highlands Science and Engineering Challenge
Run in conjunction with the University of Newcastle, the Challenge involves two days of project work in science and engineering concepts not usually covered in the school environment.
Mathematical Puzzles and Challenges
A web site for high school students and teachers, and anyone who loves Mathematics. New puzzles for you to complete are put up regularly! Can you take the challenge?
School of Ants
A national citizen science project documenting the diversity, distribution and diet of Australian ants.
Science Comes to Life
An interactive program of activities that will come to your school, using real-life scenarios to identify the ways in which scientific principles contribute to human physiology.
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...
UNE Discovery Voyager
The Discovery Voyager is UNE's Science outreach program, delivering interactive, curriculum-aligned activities in STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts & Maths) to schools in northern NSW.