Caroline Morrissey

Central Qld students check out Oresome trades

At a time when Queensland’s resources sector is powering through the COVID-19 pandemic to keep the state economy afloat, Central Queensland students are this week getting a taste of the many trade careers offered ...
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Burdekin students have designs on mines

Home Hill and Ayr State High School Year 9 students will be set a task to create some gold-plated designs today when they demonstrate their skills to representatives from Evolution Mining Mount Carlton. In a ...
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CQ students in world-premiere of energy challenge event

 Local students are today taking part in the world premier of a new workshop that will also give them a head start toward resources sector careers.   The Queensland Minerals and Energy Academy's (QMEA) new Energy Challenge (Engineering and Design) workshop is supported by Anglo ...
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Students dig deeper into STEM – Oakey

Oakey State High School students will have an ‘in-depth’ look at science technology engineering and maths (STEM) when the Queensland Minerals and Energy Academy’s STEM Unearthed workshop returns to the classroom today. Supported by New ...
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Students learn oresomeness of STEM

Being surrounded by some of the world’s largest silver-lead and zinc mines, Cloncurry students would be more aware than most of our state’s great mining industry, but yesterday they learnt the pivotal role science ...
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Copper look at science week

There might be a pandemic, but that isn’t stopping science week being celebrated in style in the copper city with local students taking part in activities organised by the Queensland Minerals and Energy Academy ...
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