QASMT students win awards in several categories at ISSF in Singapore

Friday 22 March was the last day of ISSF 2019, hosted by National Junior College, Singapore. It has been a fantastic week for staff and students. Principals and teachers have had the opportunity to meet and participate in a range of Professional Development activities.

Students have been involved in research presentations, field trips, cultural sharing, workshops and a Design and Build Challenge. They have connected and made friends with like-minded students from around the globe.

A number of awards were presented during the afternoon’s Closing Ceremony. Evelyn Dekker was awarded the Best Poster prize in the category of Biomedical Health Sciences and was also in the group that took first place in the Field Challenge. In the Design and Build Challenge, Lurissa Master’s group won the Most Social Impact Award and Ziang Jia’s group won the Best Ergonomic Design Award.

It’s been an inspirational week of learning and meeting new people.