This year marks the 18th year of the awards named after Professor Peter Doherty, a Brisbane-born Nobel Prize-winning scientist who was educated at a Queensland State High School and The University of Queensland.
The Awards recognise outstanding and innovative contributions to STEM education in Queensland demonstrated by: students; teachers; support officers; schools; business; industry; volunteers; mentors; and tertiary partners.
Twenty-eight successful applicants have been selected for the 2020 Awards across eight award categories:
Congratulations to Hayden, Murphy and Olivia who were awarded the Outstanding Senior STEM Student award!
- Outstanding Senior STEM Student awards;
- Outstanding Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Senior STEM Student awards;
- Outstanding Rural and Remote Senior STEM Student Awards;
- Outstanding Teacher of STEM awards;
- Outstanding Rural and Remote Teacher of STEM Awards;
- Outstanding STEM Support Officer awards;
- STEM Education Partnership awards and
- Outstanding School STEM awards