Student selected for Science Forum

Dianna Wolfgramm will spend two weeks in January with students from other New Zealand and Australian schools at Rotary's National Science and Technology Forum.

The forum offers students a hands-on opportunity to take part in science activities both in the field and the laboratory. There will also be lectures, trips, networking and social events.

Rotary and the Tertiary Institutions of Auckland conduct this full residential programme.  By the end of the Forum students have a clearer idea of the tertiary courses they wish to follow and a fuller appreciation of the place of science and technology in the wider community. The Forum also provides an opportunity for high achieving students to spend time with similar minded people. The experience gained invariably results in overall personal growth and renewed motivation to succeed.

Selected applicants have the opportunity to win a place at either the Canberra or the London International Youth Science Forum.

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