Workshops have been delivered at a range of local Swansea schools and science festival events, covering topics such as cyberbullying, mental health, absences and exclusions.
School Outreach | Allgymorth Ysgol
The Mullany Fund is an independent social mobility charity, with a base at the university. They run an online mentoring scheme. Ising volunteer mentors, they… Read More »The Mullany Fund | Mentoring Project for STEM Subjects
STEM Ambassadors visit schools to help with mock interviews, and run occasional events. To find out more about being a STEM ambassador visit https://www.see-science.co.uk/stem-ambassador-hub/stem-ambassadors/
Year 7 and 8 pupils from across Neath Port Talbot attended a Swansea University workshop to demonstrate what nanotechnology is and spark an interest in… Read More »Nanobach | A workshop aimed at inspiring scientists of the future.
Pupils from Ysgol Gynradd Gymraeg Bryn-y-Môr attended a book launch on Singleton Campus to celebrate the Welsh Language release of Kay’s Anatomy, by Adam Kay.… Read More »Ti a Dy Gorff (Kay’s Anatomy) | Book Launch
A range of events have been delivered to promote Nuclear Medicine and Radiotherapy Physics (in the School of Healthcare and Science), including Seren workshops on… Read More »Nuclear Medicine and Radiotherapy Physics | Outreach Sessions
An educational resource to increase awareness of the microbial world in, on and around us.Aimed at 7 – 14 year olds, this website is a… Read More »SuperBugs | Online Resource for young people
This involved a visit to the University where the students took part in a fun quiz, visited the Health and Well Being Academy on campus… Read More »Taster Session | BSc Healthcare Science Audiology