Tasmanians, interested in knowing more about National Science Week?

  • by Tasmania
  • 10 March, 2015
Tasmanians, interested in knowing more about National Science Week?

The exploration, discovery and excitement that is National Science Week is back with another amazing state-wide program planned for 2015.

Find out more by coming along to the Hobart or Launceston National Science Week Information Sessions, hosted by the Tasmanian Coordinating Committee. Our guest speaker is Geoff Crane, Manager of National Science Week, from Questacon in Canberra.

Geoff will provide a national perspective on National Science Week in 2015 and talk about links with the Inspiring Australia initiative – and there will also be the opportunity to find out what’s happening at a local level.

If you are planning on running an event during National Science Week, want to know what else is happening for schools and the wider community, or need more details about potential funding for activities, then this is the information session you can’t afford to miss!

HOBART: 5:30 – 7:00pm, Wednesday 18 March – Sustainability Learning Centre, Olinda Grove, Mt Nelson (turn into Hobart College campus and follow signs).
LAUNCESTON: 4:30 – 5:30pm, Thursday 19 March -Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery, 2 Invermay Rd, Inveresk
BURNIE: 4:00 – 5:00pm, Friday 20 March – Cradle Coast campus, University of Tasmania, 16 – 20 Mooreville Rd, Burnie

For catering purposes, if you plan to attend either Information Session, please RSVP by Monday 16 March to jeanniemarie.leroi@utas.edu.au.

Feel free to forward this invitation to anyone who may be interested and we hope to catch up with you at a National Science Week Information Session.

If you can’t make any of the above information sessions, but would like to be kept informed about National Science Week 2015 events in Tasmania, or if you have any further questions, please contact jeanniemarie.leroi@utas.edu.au or phone 6226 7477. We will also live stream the Hobart information session to YouTube via Google+, and it will be available afterwards to watch at any time.

You can also subscribe to the National Science Week newsletter at the National Science Week website www.scienceweek.net.au or follow us on twitter.

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