STEM 2022 On demand: Education for a rapidly changing world. Bringing together some of Australia’s and the world’s experts on creativity, innovation, STEM, and education. STEM 2022 On demand is brought to you by the STEM Industry School Partnerships (SISP) program.

When and where?

This year's on demand event will include 20 innovative EdTalks and practical workshops. These will be released for important days on the STEM calendar such as National Science Week, World Space Week, National Cyber Week and National Agricultural Day. You will find them on this webpage.

Adam Spencer

Virtual MC

Comedian and radio personality Adam Spencer’s passion for STEM runs deep. He is known as Australia’s funniest and most famous mathematician. For close to 20 years, he has been entertaining us on triple j, ABC radio and television.


Image: Emily Calandrelli

Science Communicator, MIT engineer, and the host and an executive producer of the XplorationOuter Space and Emily's Wonder Lab

Image: Joel Connolly

Creative Director at Blackbird Ventures and Head of Blackbird Foundation

Image: Dr Catherine Ball

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Science futurist, ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science

Image: Professor Lisa Harvey Smith

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Astronomer, author, tv presenter and Australia's Women in STEM Ambassador

Image: Karen Taylor-Brown and Heather Catchpole

Co-founders and CEO's
of Refraction media

Image: David Dieckfoss

Education Officer
Mawson's Hut Foundation

Image: Dr Christyl Johnson

Deputy Director for Technology and Research Investments
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center

Image: Dr Tim Kitchen

Senior Education Specialist, Adobe – APAC

Image: Dr Judy Friedlander

Founder and CEO of PlantingSeeds & the B&B Highway.

Image: Simone Blom

Associated Lecturer
Faculty of Education, Southern Cross University

Image: Dr Hannah Power

Associate Professor
School of Environmental and Life Sciences

Image: Sophie Poisel

Lang Walker Family Academy, Powerhouse

More information

This web page will be progressively updated as the event continues.

Contact STEM@det.nsw.edu.au

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