10 September 2016: Workshop “Numbers don’t lie or do they? Maths and Stats” for school students from South Auckland

STEM-TEC organised and ran a workshop on maths & stats at AUT's South Campus for South Auckland school students. The workshop was a part of the STEM-TEC and CoLab project "STEMpreneurial Bugs for South Auckland Youth" supported by a $25,000 grant from the Ministry for Business, Innovation and Employment within the New Zealand government initiative "Unlocking Curious Minds". The presenters were: Dr Sarah Marshall, Dr Robin Hankin, Dr Jesse Pirini, Associate Professor Sergiy Klymchuk, Nick Pattison. The participants were amazed by the power of numbers with funny puzzles, surprising paradoxes and stimulating provocations in maths and stats with some hands-on activities and inspired by entrepreneurial presentations. Three prizes (vouchers of $70, $50 and $30) were given to the most successful puzzle-solvers.Some photos and videos from the workshop: