The Rowe Scientific National Student Investigation Program (NSIP) was first introduced in 2016, and since then, has benefited thousands of students across Australia, thanks to the generous support of Mr Reg Rowe. Students are awarded NSIP prizes through their state or territory Science Teachers Association (STA) awards program.
Since the commencement of the Rowe NSIP, it has been an enabler, it has directly supported and recognised the students involved in inquiry-based science activities that are essential to developing the STEM capabilities needed for the jobs of the future.
The awards programs in each state and territory provides an opportunity for students to have their efforts recognised and rewarded, and a platform for demonstrating their scientific talent and ingenuity.
The NSIP offers cash prizes to students across a range of categories, with a special focus on building capability across disadvantaged schools. The awards are designed to
To participate in the Rowe National Student Investigation Program, entry is via your local state or territory Science Teachers Association (STA) awards program.
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