A career in STEM can take you to some extraordinary places and on some epic adventures to uncover the mysteries of our amazing planet.
Showcasing a variety of STEM and industry professionals, this stage spectacular will allow students to discover real-world inspirational jobs that show there’s no limit to where they might go and what they can do!
Recommended for Years 4-6.
This program addresses key curriculum, including Year 7 (ACSHE121), Year 8 (ACSHE136).
Supported by Project DIG, a partnership between Queensland Museum Network, BHP and BMA.
Cara Gately has over 10 years of experience in the VFX and Animation industry, having worked in a number of roles including Modelling and Lighting, and is now a Character...View Profile
Amber has been a wildlife veterinarian at Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital (AZWH) since 2006. Her main specialty is in the treatment and rehabilitation of koalas but her PhD (completed in...View Profile
Melanie Olsen leads ReefWorks – Australia’s Tropical Marine Technology Test Range at the Australian Institute of Marine Science (AIMS). ReefWorks offers a national capability to safely test marine technologies, unmanned...View Profile
Dr Michelle LaRue is an Associate Professor of Antarctic Marine Ecology at the University of Canterbury, where she studies biogeography of penguins and seals in Antarctica. Originally from the U.S.,...View Profile
Rochelle is a palaeontologist specialising in fossil preparation and digital preservation at the Queensland Museum. Her work uncovers our natural geo-heritage and makes it accessible for everyone to explore. She...View Profile
Samantha Shellard is Works on Paper, Conservator at Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art. A role that combines both art and science to restore and conserve artworks for...View Profile
Since studying biology at University James has had a varied career working for London Zoo and the Victorian Institute of Marine Science before becoming a park ranger/manager in land and...View Profile
Kirsten Banks is a proud Wiradjuri astrophysicist and science communicator. As a PhD Candidate at UNSW, Kirsten studies stars in the Milky Way galaxy to unveil the history and evolution...View Profile
Jono Harrison is a theatre technician, with over 10 years of experience working and touring in the arts and entertainment industry. From America and the United Kingdom to across Australasia,...View Profile
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Learn what it’s like using the power of maths, stats and data science to help jaguars in the Amazon, save the Great Barrier Reef, or helping people with cancer.
Contains curriculum links to:
Years 7 – 12
Hear from Dr Paul Muir, Marine Biologist, Queensland Museum.
Contains curriculum links to:
Years 5 – 9
$10 per student
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