STEM 2022: A STEM festival for educators 

STEM 2022
STEM 2022 is an initiative of Hunter Academy of STEM Excellence based at Maitland Grossmann High School. Image: STEM 2022

STEM 2022 is bringing together leading experts on STEM education, innovation and creativity

Are you an educator or STEM professional keen to renew your excitement for science, tech, engineering and maths subjects? If you’re looking for inspirational keynotes and deep dives on all things STEM, STEM 2022 is where it’s at.

And the best bit? This year’s conference is a real-life, physical event again. 

What is STEM 2022? 

STEM 2022 is an initiative of the Hunter Academy of STEM Excellence based at Maitland Grossmann High School. Supported by the NSW Department of Education’s STEM Industry School Partnerships program, the all-day STEM festival brings together leading experts in education, innovation and creativity to collaborate and share ideas.

When: Monday 18th July 2022 (Term 3 Staff Development Day)
Where: Crowne Plaza Hunter Valley

Who’s speaking at STEM 2022? 

This year’s line-up is next-level! Catch inspirational keynote addresses from the likes of Dr Karl Kruszelnicki, Amy Cutter-Mackenzie-Knowles, Executive Dean – Faculty of Education, Southern Cross University and Nathan Towney, Pro Vice-Chancellor – Indigenous Strategy and Leadership at the University of Newcastle.

Deep dive workshops will be delivered by established STEM and education experts and there’ll be plenty of networking opportunities both during and after the conference.

For school principals, executive staff and teachers, STEM 2022 is the perfect opportunity for high-quality whole-school professional development due to it being scheduled during the Term 3 Staff Development Day.

Keen to know more? Register for STEM 2022 here

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Author: Cassie Steel

As Refraction’s digital editor, Cassie Steel spends her days researching robots and stalking famous scientists on Twitter.

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