All winners of the 2019 Young Scientist awards were announced at a grand ceremony at the University of Wollongong on Friday 1st November. 155 individual awards were announced totalling over $28,000 in cash prizes.
Prof. Lisa Harvey-Smith, astrophysicist and Women in STEM Ambassador delivered an inspirational keynote address to a packed lecture theatre.
Romilly Merani from PLC, Sydney was awarded the Budding Young Scientist (K-2), Emma Wood from Castle Cove Public School was awarded the Primary Young Scientist (3-6) and Angelina Arora from Sydney Girls High School is our 2019 Young Scientist of the Year. Congratulations to all award winners!!
All entrants will be receiving their feedback letters and certificates within the next week. Thank you for your patience with what is a mammoth undertaking for us.
We have received a record number of 920+ entries in our program this year. Over the last few weekends a small army of dedicated judges have taken on the mammoth task of judging all these entries, including a successful Regional Judging Hub at the University of New England, Armidale. We are finalising this judging and should be able to notify winners in the next few weeks. Specific details of their awards will only be announced at the Presentation Ceremony at University of Wollongong on the 1st of November. Stay tuned!!
The 2019 winners of the Working Technologically category of the Young Scientist Awards competition were announced at a special ceremony at the PTC (Professional Teachers Council) offices in Auburn on Saturday 7th September, 2019.
The ceremony followed a science fair where student entrants had the opportunity to present their projects to an audience of judges, parents and teachers.
Congratulations to all entrants and winners! The judges were blown away by your creativity!
Did you know that the Innovations and Engineering Design category of our awards is aimed at your student projects? Check out the judging rubrics and enter your best HSC major works by Friday 6th September. Sponsored by iTE – there are cash awards to be won as well as the opportunity to progress to national and international competitions.
Sign up to judge the awards and get a comprehensive understanding of how closely our awards are linked to NSW curriculum outcomes.
The deadlines for project entries to our 2019 awards are fast approaching! Engineering projects must be entered and uploaded by the 6th of September and Investigations by the 11th of September.
Stage 6 teachers of Science and Technology – your students Depth Studies and HSC major works are perfectly suited to our awards. Check out the judging rubrics and enter your most impressive projects – it can really take your students places!
And ….. don’t forget to register for JUDGING! Free NESA Accredited professional development.
The team was lucky to spend a wonderful day exploring the amazing Grand Canyon. It gave the finalists a chance to bond and develop amazing team spirit that would continue to grow through the rest of our time in ISEF.