Spring STEM Event - A Morning of Lectures

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Event date: 12/03/2020 09:00 - 12:00

Thursday 12th March, 9.00am - 12.00pm

As part of British Science Week, Northampton Academy invites local secondary schools to bring students who are interested in STEM subjects, to join us for an exciting morning of dedicated STEM lectures, delivered by top university experts. 

The morning is aimed towards students who have a keen interest Science, Technology, Computing and Maths, giving them the opportunity to engage with experts from a range of institutions to discuss various aspects of STEM subjects.

There will be three lectures, each will take 30 minutes and will have an additional 10 minute Q&A session. Light refreshments will be provided. 

The lectures will be delivered by:

  1. Dr Wanda McCormick
    Senior Lecturer in Nutritional Biology University of Northampton   
  2. Shamia Sanjania
    Undergraduate at University of Leicester and STEM advocate   
  3. Dr David Brown
    Research Fellow at PLATO (Planetary Transits and Oscillations of Stars) Science Management, University of Warwick 

Arrival will be at 9.00am ready for the first lecture to begin at 9.15am. The third lecture will finish in time for a 12 noon departure. 

Spaces are limited!

Secondary schools please book your places by emailing nucleus@northampton-academy.org, or complete our expression of interest form here >>>


Spring STEM Event - A Morning of Lectures

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