Project Manager of Wheatbelt Science Hub
Hails from: Fremantle, but based in Northam for some time
Other life: Rhiannon mostly worked in communications and events in the WA training sector before completing her Bachelor of Science in Sustainable Development and Environmental Management (double major) in Perth and Sweden. During this time she also ran a small business and had a family. These days she is looking after WSH part-time, does freelance work in Perth, and is chipping away at a Master of Urban and Regional Planning.
Favourite science: Energy (particularly in the built environment) & Environmental Science
Loves: Being with her kids, writing, gardening, cooking and sharing good food. She also frequently ends up involved in her husband’s latest invention (there have been some memorable ones!). Rhiannon and her family are often outdoors- bushwalking and exploring one of the most amazing regions on earth (Western Australia)!
About: Wheatbelt Science Hub brings together a range of science disciplines and organisations to provide a coordinated approach to engaging the community in STEM. WSH also want to showcase the wheatbelt’s assets and potential, and providing professional opportunities locally.
Contact: Email: email@example.com
A recent display by Wheatbelt Science Hub proved that science, mathematics, theatre, and art could be great partners.
OVER 120 leaders from the Wheatbelt came together in Narrogin recently for the Wheatbelt Conference 2016.
POTENTIAL citizen scientists in the Avon Valley recently attended a workshop in Northam, run by BirdLife Australia and hosted by Wheatbelt NRM.
CHILDREN from Northam shone the light on science this school holidays, with a special workshop on ultraviolet light, run by the Wheatbelt Science Hub (WSH) and the Cancer Council WA.
There was excitement in the air as the Scitech bus arrived in Northam for the January school holidays.
BALLOONING fever hit Western Australia’s Avon Valley, as Northam hosted the National Hot Air Ballooning Championships.