What are the Science and Engineering Investigation Awards?
The Science and Engineering Investigation Awards (SEIA) are a state-wide competition for Year 5 to 12 students who investigate a topic of their choice. Students then present their findings to judges from research and industry.
The judging is followed by a public presentation which is supported by Tasmanian industry and community organisations, and includes generous cash prizes.
Judging days are held on Cradle Coast - Burnie, Launceston and Hobart campuses in September each year.
The Science and Engineering Investigation Awards include the categories: Physical Sciences, Health and Wellbeing, Engineering, Agricultural Science, and, Environment and Marine Science.
The Science and Engineering Investigation Awards are generously supported by the Tasmanian Women in Agriculture state-wide and the BIG Committee in the Northwest.
Participating in the Awards not only provides an opportunity for actively learning about science inquiry and engineering design in real life contexts, but also for gaining valuable life skills in reasoning, communication, presentation, project planning and delivery, and team work.
If you would like to know more about this event and how to participate, please register your interest now.
SEIA 2019 dates
North West Tasmania (Cradle Coast campus)
- Tuesday 3 September (Year 5-6) - Investigation judging day
- Wednesday 4 September (Year 7-12) - Investigation judging day
- Thursday 5 September - Project displays, and presentation event
Northern Tasmania (Newnham campus)
- Thursday 5 September (Year 5-12) - Investigation judging day
- Tuesday 10 September - Project displays, and presentation event
Southern Tasmania (Sandy Bay campus)
- Thursday 12 September - Investigation judging day
- Wednesday 18 September - Project displays, and presentation event
For more information, please contact:
Prue Hamill, Northern Awards Coordinator