Providing award-winning STEM outreach programs, events and experiences to all
Science on the GO! is the premiere STEM outreach facilitator of Griffith University. Science on the GO! aims to bring dynamic and engaging science shows, events, programs and teaching resources by providing primary and secondary school staff and students access to Griffith’s innovative STEM facilities, resources and expertise.
Find out more about our award-winning STEM outreach programs, science shows, on-campus experiences, upcoming events, STEM Ambassador Program and Pathways to University.
A dynamic and highly engaging feast of science. The Science on the GO! show encourages student participation and engagement with the Australian Curriculum: Science, through a series of mind-blowing moments. An ideal way to introduce a new unit or consolidate student learning. Demonstrations duration can be tailored to suit class timetables etc.
STEM Squad - applications open now
We are seeking current Griffith University students who have a passion for Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics and would enjoy engaging with local school students and members of the public through science-related, hands-on activities.
The Science on the GO! STEM Squad provides a fantastic opportunity to get experience delivering fun, engaging, hands-on programs to primary and secondary school students in the fields of Science, Technology Engineering, and Maths (STEM).
Register your interest here to become a member of the STEM Squad with Griffith University's award-winning Science Outreach Team!
Science and Engineering Challenge Day 2021
The Primary Science and Engineering Challenge Day 2021 held at Parkridge State High School engaged over 250 primary students in science and engineering activities.
Griffith shines at World Science Festival 2017
Griffith University was a proud sponsor of the 2017 World Science Festival Brisbane, held from March 22–26. Here is a wrap-up of all the highlights including Science on the GO! engaging the community via the Festivals' Street Science component, and Griffith University experts addressing a range of issues on stages throughout the festival.