STEM PROGRAM GIVES PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS GLIMPSE INTO UNI LIFE

Future scientists and engineers cast a critical eye over the University of New England today.

Taking part in an annual STEM program run by the National Youth Science Forum….

Students got to chat with a zoologist, take a museum tour and participate in a sports science lesson.

“The students always amaze us with how interested and keen they are in really all the fields of science and STEM that we have to show them.”

The program is usually run in major cities, but went regional this year due to pandemic restrictions.

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Isobella Evans is a journalist with NBN News in Newcastle. After discovering a love for writing in primary school, Bella went on to complete a Bachelor of Communication at the University of Newcastle in 2018. She enjoyed a series of internships, including a gig at the Royal Easter Show, before receiving a full-time position at NBN's Tamworth bureau, where she worked for almost three years before moving to the company's Newcastle office in 2021.