Watch the Hon. Michael Ferguson – Minister for Science and Technology, and Dr Ben Arthur – Chair of the National Science Week Coordinating Committee, Scientist, and Engagement Programs Coordinator (CSIRO) launch the 2020 National Science Week program and this year’s STEM Excellence Awards.
View all the Tasmanian Science Week events in the Science at Home booklet which includes activities as well.
2020 STEM EXCELLENCE AWARDS
The awards recognise Tasmanian’s leading the way in STEM, and inspiring the next generation of scientists, innovators and engineers.
APPLICATIONS CLOSE FRIDAY 25 SEPTEMBER 2020
Tasmanians who have excelled in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM), STEM teaching or STEM communication are invited to apply for:
- The Premier’s Tasmanian STEM Researcher of the Year Award ($10,000)
- The Minister’s Tasmanian STEM Innovation of the Year Award ($5,000)
- The Tasmanian STEM Teacher of the Year Awards for Primary and Secondary Teachers ($2,500 each)
- The Tasmanian STEM Communicator of the Year Award ($5,000)
- The Tasmanian STEM Young Researcher of the Year Award ($5,000)
Application form and guidelines stategrowth.tas.gov.au