The University of Wollongong STEM roadshow is an outreach program which gives secondary school students the opportunity to experience an engaging introduction to STEM in its many forms. A small team of engineering students from the University conduct 40 minute presentations and interactive workshops to raise awareness of STEM and its role in the world around us. Activities may include Students from Years 8-11 participating in a range of "hands-on" activities including test driving an open-wheeler race car simulator, extracting the gnome of strawberries, using a 3D printer and flying drones. Many thanks to Bob Wheway and his students for bringing the Roadshow to the MHS.
Workshops for selected Engineering Studies Students will take place during periods 1 through 4 covering the different engineering presentations and hands-on workshops.