2020-03-11 Eliana Teh - NYSF
Eliana gave a great report on her time at the National Youth Science Forum which was held in Brisbane. She was very fortunate that her session still continued, as the two NYSF sessions to be held in Canberra were cancelled due to the thick smoke form the bush fires.
Eliana thoroughly enjoyed her time at NYSF, and was amazed at the speakers who shared theri knowledge with the group.
She thanked the Rotary Club for giving her the chance to participate in this event.
It has certainly given her much insight into her chosen fields of interest in the scientific arena.
2019-10-18 NYSF Orientation Evening
On Friday 18th October our NYSF student – Eliana Teh – attended an Orientation Session at Notre Dame College in Shepparton. She was accompanied to this function by her mother SuSwen Teh, and Rotarians Graham and Margaret Brown.
After a welcome from Notre Dame College Principal John Cortese, DG Brian Peters talked about the breadth and depth of Rotary programs, including the End Polio Now program.
The 28 students from District 9790 were then asked to introduce themselves to the audience. The 28 were part of only 200 selected students Australia wide who are involved in NYSF. According to the student’s surveyed interest scientific areas, they were allocated to one of three NYSF sessions which are to be held in January 2020 – two in Canberra ANU and one in Brisbane QU. While at NYSF they will have some very full days attending tutorials,
lectures, scientific and engineering demonstrations and industry visits.
Picture: Wearing her red dress, Eliana is in the front row