NYSF Career & Study Expo

Come chat with us at this year's NYSF Careers and Study Expo to learn about our undergrad and postgraduate study and career opportunities.

schedule Date & time
19 Jun 2023 | 10am - 2pm
person Speaker


A/Prof Will Grant
Ms Abigail Hils
Dr Anna-Sophie Jürgens
contact_support Contact
Abigail H
Outreach Coordinator

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2023 National Youth STEM Summit with the Australian National Centre for the Public Awareness of Science!

Join us in person at the 2023 National Youth STEM Summit.

Visit our information table and speak with our academics and postdocs, and discover why the ANU is a fantastic place to study.

Build your dream degree with us

Here at The Australian National Centre for the Public Awareness of Science (affectionately known as ‘CPAS’), we have a long and rich history at Australia’s top university, the ANU. We are active in the major debates and resolving the core challenges for science communication and engagement now and we will continue to redefine and expand the field for public good.

Here you'll learrn from leading experts in the fields of responsible innovation, science communication for public good, media and popular science, capacity-building in science engagement, the ethics of science communication, and the role of science communication in emerging areas of science, technology, and medicine. We champion inclusive science communication in both our research interests and in our practice.

Our research-led teaching approach means you’ll get to put theory into practice and gain hands-on, practical experience inside and outside of the classroom. Making science understandable to the public can remove the existing disorientation in society and bring confidence in the future.


Learn more about the skills, careers, and adventures we can offer you

Want to know what it's like studying virtually? What types of science communication internships are out there? How to pitch your research in 60 seconds? Or maybe you'd like to get an idea of the various courses we teach yearly? Check out our YouTube channel!



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