We'd love to have you join us for an event. Please check out what's coming up, and if you see an event you missed but are interested in, let us know. With enough interest in a given area, we can likely hold it again!
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Processing the events of 15 January 2022 from Tonga to Aotearoa
It’s been nearly two months since Hunga-Tonga-Hunga-Ha’apai erupted, causing a tsunami you may have seen. Now we’ve combed through the data and would love to introduce you to this event from a different perspective. Join us for a webinar as we share some of the data collected.
Visit https://youtu.be/P4FnlPFaT6Q to watch the recording.
Central Northland Science Fair
It's the annual Central Northland Science Fair! We are excited to announce we are offering a prize for the project that best incorporates te ao Māori in each grade category. We will also be judging science fair entries and offering workshops! Ask your teacher to sign your class up.
N.B. Now that the fair has moved online, we will still be offering virtual workshops!
Sea Week- in person edition
Week of 22 March
We have a team of R-CET scientists coming north to interact with schools and give community talks. We hope to see you at an event.
Tauranga STEM Festival
Sadly, this event was cancelled by the organisers due to COVID-19 restrictions.
GeoNet workshop at QRL
Questionable Research Labs is virtually hosting part of the GeoNet deployment team! Our GeoNet scientists are looking forward to answering all of your questions about monitoring the Earth's grumbles and groans and would love to talk to you about siting instruments on your land.
Sea Week- virtual edition
Week of 8 March
Our R-CET outreach team is giving virtual talks to classes about tsunamis. We are happy to answer questions you may have about us and tsunamis, but we really want to hear about your experiences last week!
Searching for new ways to incorporate mātauranga Māori into your practice? Looking to connect with kapa who are using Kaupapa Māori in their work? Looking for role models who are interweaving mātauranga Māori and Western Science for your students? Join us!
R-CET goes to Parliament
The United Nations' Decade of Ocean Science is just kicking off! R-CET scientist Dr Bill Fry has been asked to help Parliament open the decade in New Zealand with a speak in Parliament.
Tsunami Awareness Day
Join us on Facebook for tsunami themed posts every half hour! Hopefully next year, we will be able to join you in person.
R-CET will be joining DEVORA and QuakeCoRE under the Massey University sponsor tent next to the Tongan stage. Come play with earthquake, tsunami, and volcano demonstrations while you get your kai!