Residential Indigenous Science Experience (RISE) – Special event
The University of Melbourne and GTAC are proud to present the fifth annual RISE program: a week long residential program to provide indigenous middle-years students with the opportunity to immerse themselves in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.
This is a unique event for indigenous students in Year 9/10 with a fascination for Science. Join like-minded indigenous students from around Victoria and interact with your scientists to learn more about the principles and real-world applications of cutting-edge science.
The academic program offers presentations and hands-on practical workshops, exploring current themes in physics, chemistry, biology, maths and computer science. The participants will be supported throughout the week by live-in indigenous and scientist mentors.
In the laboratory workshops, you will be exploring contemporary science guided by some of Melbourne's brightest young research scientists. We will also tour some outstanding, world-class science facilities to see applications in industry. Your mentors will arrange social opportunities to discover highlights of Melbourne and Indigenous culture.
This program is offered at no cost to participants
Register your interest early as places are limited.
The program will run from Sunday 20th to Friday 25th November 2016.
RISE is proudly supported by Faculty of Science, Melbourne School of Engineering, Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences, Murrup Barak Institute for Indigenous Development and GTAC