Posts in the Category: Media

New YLS Website

By Posted in - Media on April 17th, 2018 0 Comments

Heads-up everyone! The new website for the amazing Youth Leading in STEM initiative has just gone live!!! For those of you who don’t know, Youth Leading in STEM (or YLS for short) is an educational outreach program that first ran in 2017 that focuses on bringing students from regional areas to the ANU for a […]

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Day Trip to Goulburn

By Posted in - Media on October 5th, 2016 0 Comments

On the 9th of September 2016 five Engage: University Outreach volunteers visited students at Goulburn High School and Goulburn South Public School to run a workshop called “floating houses”. Running the workshop were our ANU student volunteers, Kelsie, James and Dom. Tagging along and taking photos/videos was Engage’s media coordinator Skye and executive director Sam. […]

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AISACT Colloquium: Innovation and Collaboration

By Posted in - Media on September 9th, 2016 0 Comments

On Thursday the 18th of August our Director of External Relations, Kelsie Long, had the exciting opportunity of attending the Association of Independent Schools of the ACT (AISACT) Colloquium at the Australian National Museum. Here’s what she had to say about her experience: The colloquium’s main aim was to bring together teachers, outreach organisations and […]

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Narooma High School girls getting techie with it

By Posted in - Media on January 30th, 2016 0 Comments

A GROUP of Narooma High School students put their hands up to experience a bit of technology fun organised by students from the Australian National University. The ANU engineering and IT students visited the school as part of the “Robogals” project, an international not-for profit student-run organisation that aims to engage schoolgirls in engineering topics […]

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Engineering graduate wins top ANU student prize

By Posted in - Media on January 30th, 2016 0 Comments

An engineering graduate with a passion for reaching out to school students has won the University’s most prestigious prize for undergraduates, the Tillyard prize. Samantha Cheah’s passion found an outlet in the Robogals program which encourages girls to pursue science, technology and engineering. But when the equity program supporting Robogals was shut down she jumped […]

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Students take up outreach baton

By Posted in - Media on January 30th, 2016 0 Comments

Three ANU students have taken matters into their own hands to ensure high school students from Australia’s regional areas can learn about science, engineering, technology and the arts and humanities from a uni student’s perspective. The students have created a group known as Engage, whose aim is to raise money to continue programs now that […]

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Engage: University Outreach