30 Jan 2018
Rowe Scientific was pleased to be able to donate some 60 cash prizes to category winners in the STANT Young Scientist competition. The awards took place in Darwin, on 23 November, 2017.
The following photograph includes students who were Rowe Scientific award winners from Our Lady of the Sacred Heart school (OLSH) in Alice Springs, who were not able to attend the award ceremony in Darwin.
Shawn Bett (1st Scientific Communication – Scientific Writing 7-9 individual, 1st STEM in the NT – Life Application 7-9 Individual, 2nd Scientific Communication – video 7-9 Group) Sarah Muller (2nd Scientific Communication – writing 7-9 Individual) Chiara Antonelli (1st Stem in the NT – Life Application 7-9 Individual) Matilda Kneiss (3rd Scientific Communication – Video 7-9 Group) Jacob Gardner (2nd Scientific Communication – Video 7-9 Group) Shaelyn Crowhurst (3rd Scientific Communication – Video 7-9 Group) Leticia Alcantara Keane (3rd Scientific Communication – Scientific Writing 10-12 Individual) Sarah Harris (3rd Scientific Communication – Video 7-9 Group) Jack van der Geest-Hester (3rd Scientific Communication – Scientific Writing 7-9 Individual) Nirali Panchal (2nd Scientific Communication – Poster 10-12) Joshua Mullan (1st Scientific Communication - Web based 10-12 – Individual)
Also pictured, far right, is Ms Jillian Neyland, NT nomination for BHP Billiton Foundation Teacher of the Year. Although not a recipient of a Rowe Scientific STANT prize, she teaches at OLSH in Alice Springs, and we offer our congratulations on her nomination.
Rowe Scientific Pty Ltd have pledged to support science teaching in each state and territory of Australia, through the Australian Science Teachers Association (ASTA), for an initial period of 5 years (commenced in 2016).