The Graeme Clark Award for STEM Innovation in Schools

Established by the Graeme Clark Foundation, the Graeme Clark Award for STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) Innovation celebrates and acknowledges science innovation in Victorian schools.

Haileybury College won the 2019 Graeme Clark Award for STEM Innovation in Schools.

Professor Clark presented the award at the prestigious Graeme Clark Oration on July 22, to Haileybury’s Director of Innovation & Entrepreneurship, Dr Kyi Muller, Katya Gvozdenko (Year 12) and Jeremy Nielsen (Year 10).  [PICTURED]

The annual Graeme Clark Oration is Australia's most prestigious free public science event, attended by more than 600 Australian eminent scientists, academics and politicians.

Applications for the Graeme Clark Award for STEM Innovation in Schools is open to all Victorian secondary schools to showcase innovation in science.

Past award winning schools include – Maffra Secondary CollegeParkdale Secondary College College and Casterton Secondary College.

For more information about the Award, visit Graeme Clark Oration http://www.graemeclarkoration.org.au/schools-award.html#award

 

Graeme Clark Oration

 

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