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Industry, Innovation and Science Supporting Science and Commercialisation Science awareness, infrastructure and international engagement STEM and Entrepreneurship in primary schools (SEPS) DEAKIN UNIVERSITY

Deakin University proposes to run a series of events in the Geelong region aimed at improving student learning and engagement with STEM and entrepreneurship. This includes teacher workshops to develop local primary school teachers knowledge and understanding of STEM and entrepreneurship and to support their development of intervention strategies. A regional Maker Faire will also be hosted at the Geelong Tech School for local primary school students to participate in STEM activities. Lastly, the university will convene a STEM Education conference for teachers to showcase their STEM programs.

Not Applicable Not Applicable $20,000 01/12/2017 30/11/2018 Waurn Ponds, VIC 3216 No
Industry, Innovation and Science Supporting Science and Commercialisation Science awareness, infrastructure and international engagement Lennox Head Public School's NXT Generation Makerspace NSW GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS

The planned makerspace will include a mobile work bench that can be utilised to store equipment as well as a place for students to collaborate, build, design, explore and solve problem based activities. The workbench and LEGO Mindstorm EV3 kits will be purchased with the funds. Equipment will be housed within an existing dedicated technology room with the ability to be mobilised to various learning spaces around the school site. It is anticipated that the makerspace will be used by late stage 2 and stage 3 students as part of the teaching learning program, particularly in science and mathematics, following their initial familiarisation with the resources.

Not Applicable Not Applicable $5,000 09/10/2017 13/04/2018 Lennox Head, NSW 2487 No
Industry, Innovation and Science Supporting Science and Commercialisation Science awareness, infrastructure and international engagement Maker Space, Repurpose under utilised area to engage, explore and design TUNTABLE FALLS COMMUNITY PRIMARY SCHOOL

The school is developing a Maker Space, which will be used by the students to engage in STEM subjects and inspire them to have a understanding of, and fascination with science, innovation and design technologies.

Not Applicable Not Applicable $5,500 10/10/2017 29/03/2018 Nimbin, NSW 2480 No
Industry, Innovation and Science Supporting Science and Commercialisation Science awareness, infrastructure and international engagement Notre Dame Thinkers and Tinkers Space NOTRE DAME SCHOOL CATHOLIC PRIMARY SCHOOL

The Notre Dame Thinkers and Tinkers space will be located in the Notre Dame School Library for students from years 2-6.

Not Applicable Not Applicable $5,500 31/08/2017 30/06/2018 Cloverdale, WA 6105 No
Industry, Innovation and Science Supporting Science and Commercialisation Science awareness, infrastructure and international engagement Kanwal Public School Maker Space and STEM Laboratory NSW GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS

Kanwal Public School promotes creative thinking, experimentation and collaboration. Our maker space will be used in dedicated STEM lessons for all classes K-6, and also at lunchtimes as a space where students can come to work on special interest STEM projects, coding, designing and building.

Not Applicable Not Applicable $4,998 10/10/2017 29/06/2018 Kanwal, NSW 2259 No
Industry, Innovation and Science Supporting Science and Commercialisation Science awareness, infrastructure and international engagement Clifton Hills Primary School is entering 10 students into the first lego league DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

Clifton Hills Primary School is entering 10 students into the FIRST Lego League tournament.

Not Applicable Not Applicable $2,760 04/09/2017 15/12/2017 Secret Harbour, WA 6173 No
Industry, Innovation and Science Supporting Science and Commercialisation Science awareness, infrastructure and international engagement Genesis Christian College is sending a student to the 2018 National Youth Science Forum GENESIS CHRISTIAN COLLEGE LTD

Genesis Christian College is sending a student to the 2018 National Youth Science Forum.

Not Applicable Not Applicable $1,650 02/01/2018 13/01/2018 Bray Park, QLD 4500 No
Industry, Innovation and Science Supporting Science and Commercialisation Science awareness, infrastructure and international engagement Inspiring young leaders in science at the 2018 National Youth Science Forum ROTARY CLUB OF PORT MACQUARIE

Rotary Club of Port Macquarie - Inspiring young leaders in science at the 2018 National Youth Science Forum.

Not Applicable Not Applicable $9,000 01/10/2017 27/01/2018 Port Macquarie, NSW 2444 No
Industry, Innovation and Science Supporting Science and Commercialisation Science awareness, infrastructure and international engagement Rotary Club of Portland Bay is sending a student to National Youth Science Forum ROTARY CLUB OF PORTLAND BAY

Rotary Club of Portland Bay is sending a student to National Youth Science Forum in Brisbane in January, 2018.

Not Applicable Not Applicable $1,500 09/01/2018 20/01/2018 Portland, VIC 3305 No
Industry, Innovation and Science Supporting Science and Commercialisation Science awareness, infrastructure and international engagement Maker Space: linking real world skills to real world CATHOLIC PARISH OF OUR LADY OF THE ROSARY ALSTONVILLE - ST JOSEPH'S PRIMARY

The aim of this project is to equip the school's students and teachers with the skills and understandings for the digital age. The teachers are striving to inspire all students, boys and girls, in the areas of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. By encouraging students to be creative and innovative through communicating and collaborating, we are enabling them to be problem solvers and logical thinkers. The school embraces flexible and adaptive learning environments at our school and creating a permanent Maker Space in the Library would cater for the various ways for the students to learn. Students will be given an opportunity to think in depth about the world around them and develop their creative intelligence.

Not Applicable Not Applicable $5,500 29/01/2018 29/06/2018 Alstonville, NSW 2477 No
Industry, Innovation and Science Supporting Science and Commercialisation Science awareness, infrastructure and international engagement Student fellowship Manifest INDIVIDUAL

The AAO supports student fellowships annually, in both Dec-Feb and May-Sept periods, typically appointing two to three student fellows within instrumentation and instrument science, for research projects of 10-13 weeks duration.

Not Applicable Not Applicable $8,400 01/12/2017 31/03/2018 North Ryde, NSW 2113 No
Industry, Innovation and Science Supporting Science and Commercialisation Science awareness, infrastructure and international engagement Winmalee High School's MakerSpace NSW GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS

The addition of Winmalee High's MakerSpace to the school library will enable interested students to develop teamwork and organisational skills as they attempt to solve practical and real-world challenges using technical, design and ICT skills. The space will initially be used as a lunchtime activity area with a focus on Stage 4 students. Input from students will help us to develop project kits suitable for use by teachers across a range of KLAs, encouraging the inclusion of problem-based learning and STEM in student learning experiences.

Not Applicable Not Applicable $4,995 09/10/2017 29/06/2018 Winmalee, NSW 2777 No
Industry, Innovation and Science Supporting Science and Commercialisation Science awareness, infrastructure and international engagement Joondalup Primary School students attend a Scitec Excursion DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

Joondalup Primary School students attend a Scitec Excursion in Perth WA.

Not Applicable Not Applicable $1,650 31/08/2017 31/08/2018 Perth, WA 6005 No
Industry, Innovation and Science Supporting Science and Commercialisation Science awareness, infrastructure and international engagement Rotary Club of Chatswood Sunrise is sending a student to the National Youth Science Forum ROTARY CLUB OF CHATSWOOD SUNRISE INCORPORATED

Rotary Club of Chatswood Sunrise is sending a student to the National Youth Science Forum (NYSF) Year 12 program in January 2018

Not Applicable Not Applicable $1,500 02/01/2018 13/01/2018 Chatswood, NSW 2067 No
Industry, Innovation and Science Supporting Science and Commercialisation Science awareness, infrastructure and international engagement Prince Alfred College Team compete at the National finals of the Land Rover 4x4 in School Challenge PRINCE ALFRED COLLEGE

Prince Alfred College Team compete at the National finals of the Land Rover 4x4 in schools Challenge.

Not Applicable Not Applicable $2,730 13/11/2017 16/11/2017 Kent Town, SA 5067 No
Industry, Innovation and Science Supporting Science and Commercialisation Science awareness, infrastructure and international engagement Churchlands SHS STEM Makerspace DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

The Churchlands SHS STEM Makerspace will be designed to fully complement the existing STEM programs and successful after school STEM Club.

Not Applicable Not Applicable $5,000 07/09/2017 17/12/2017 Churchlands, WA 6018 No
Industry, Innovation and Science Supporting Science and Commercialisation Science awareness, infrastructure and international engagement 2 students to attend the National Youth Science Forum 2018 THE ROTARY CLUB OF CANBERRA SUNRISE INC

The Rotary Club of Canberra Sunrise is sponsoring two students to attend the National Youth Science Forum (NYSF) 2018.

Not Applicable Not Applicable $3,300 09/01/2018 20/01/2018 Deakin, ACT 2600 No
Industry, Innovation and Science Supporting Science and Commercialisation Science awareness, infrastructure and international engagement STEM Maker Space LOGANLEA STATE HIGH SCHOOL

Funding will go towards purchasing additional items for a maker space to extend its functionality.

Not Applicable Not Applicable $5,000 02/10/2017 31/03/2018 Loganlea, QLD 4131 No
Industry, Innovation and Science Supporting Science and Commercialisation Science awareness, infrastructure and international engagement 4 Students from Australian Science and Mathematics School will attend the International Science Fair in Illinois MINISTER FOR EDUCATION AND CHILD DEVELOPMENT

4 Students from Australian Science and Mathematics School will attend the International Science Fair in Illinois, USA.

Not Applicable Not Applicable $20,000 29/01/2018 07/07/2018 Bedford Park, SA 5042 No
Industry, Innovation and Science Supporting Science and Commercialisation Science awareness, infrastructure and international engagement The huntsman telephoto array INDIVIDUAL

The AAO supports student fellowships annually, in both Dec-Feb and May-Sept periods, typically appointing two to three student fellows within instrumentation and instrument science, for research projects of 10-13 weeks duration.

Not Applicable Not Applicable $8,400 01/12/2017 28/02/2018 North Ryde, NSW 2113 No
Industry, Innovation and Science Supporting Science and Commercialisation Science awareness, infrastructure and international engagement Gilgandra High School Maker Space NSW GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS

Gilgandra High School's maker space will be a permanent space designed for the use of junior STEM classes, Tech Mandatory classes, maker days for the local primary schools (to further embed our transition program) and for the use of students during lunch times. As the maker space will be located in the schools library it will be accessible by all students during their lunch times in order to use play as an opportunity to develop skills in design, technology, innovation and entrepreneurship. As the library is a whole of school centre, the enhancement of this area will facilitate teachers to use the space when required. The space will have maker benches with stools, storage, students workbooks and technological devices. The space will also include a SMART Board and will be used in conjunction with the other areas of the library including the research space and the thinker space. This will allow students to engage in practical, creative and entrepreneurial thinking whilst applying their STEM knowledge.

Not Applicable Not Applicable $5,000 09/10/2017 13/04/2018 Gilgandra, NSW 2827 No
Industry, Innovation and Science Supporting Science and Commercialisation Science awareness, infrastructure and international engagement Emmaus Catholic College is sending two teams of seven students to Knoxville US CATHOLIC EDUCATION OFFICE DIOCESE OF PARRAMATTA

Emmaus Catholic College is sending two teams of seven students to Knoxville Tennessee USA to represent Australia at the Destination Imagination Global Finals 2018.

Not Applicable Not Applicable $22,000 20/05/2018 29/05/2018 Kemps Creek, NSW 2178 No
Industry, Innovation and Science Supporting Science and Commercialisation Science awareness, infrastructure and international engagement Students are Inventors and Makers ST MARYS SCHOOL WARRACKNABEAL

The funding will help establish a maker space for STEM subjects.

Not Applicable Not Applicable $5,500 31/08/2017 22/12/2017 Warracknabeal, VIC 3393 No
Industry, Innovation and Science Supporting Science and Commercialisation Science awareness, infrastructure and international engagement Citipointe Christian College is sending ten students to Flight Camp CITIPOINTE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THE CHRISTIAN OUTREACH COLLEGE BRISBANE

Citipointe Christian College is sending ten students and two teachers to Flight Camp in Florida 2018.

Not Applicable Not Applicable $22,000 01/01/2018 29/08/2018 Carindale, QLD 4152 Yes
Industry, Innovation and Science Supporting Science and Commercialisation Science awareness, infrastructure and international engagement Biodiversity Engagement through Gaming and Videos KR CONSULTANCY SERVICES PTY LIMITED

KR Consultancy Services (Questagame) will run two one-day events at Sunshine Coast Botanic Gardens and at a pre-chosen facility in Sydney to train Year 8 and 9 students from local schools in the skills of scientific observation, photographing biodiversity and technical aspects of real-time film broadcasting. Qualified rangers from the botanic gardens and a world-renowned Australian photographer will guide and train the students to achieve these skills. The participants will then compete for various prizes in a week-long bio-challenge applying their newly acquired skills.

Not Applicable Not Applicable $14,520 13/11/2017 13/05/2018 Civic, ACT 2608 No