Indigenous Girls STEM Mining and the Lands Camp

Thursday, 25 February, 2021

Indigenous Girls STEM Mining and the Lands Camp 

This camp is open to all Indigenous girls in Years 10, 11, and 12 who have an interest in science, maths, or engineering. All travel, meals, and accommodation are provided. Numbers are strictly limited, with registration online via Curtin University. Applications close Thursday 4th March @ 5pm. See the attached flyer for further information.

In brief, students will get to experience:

  • Tour of Curtin University STEM departments lead by the Centre for Aboriginal Studies
  • Q&A with STEM researchers
  • Tour of the Alcoa Mine site
  • Visit to North Dandalup Dam
  • Social outing at Bridgetown
  • Visit Talison Lithium's lithium mining and processing operation
  • Visit to Greenbushes
  • Conservation tour of City Beach with leading conservation and restoration scientist Professor Kingsley Dixon
  • Tour of WA Museum, Bool Bardip
  • Tour through TAFE’s CUT Mine a unique simulated underground mine used by students in surveying, geological assistant skill sets and mining exploration 
  • AngloGold Ashanti activity
  • Visit to St Catherine's College with Dandjoo Darbalung students
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