Wednesday, 3 October 2012 9:14 AM
Honiara Hosts Science Show
A science show hosted by the Faculty of Science, Technology and Environment of the University of the South Pacific in Suva has opened in Honiara, Solomon Islands this week.
The Science show is aimed at trying to recreate the magic of science and promote how to survive, especially in such times when the issue of Climate Change is of a great concern.
Speaking at the expo's opening, the Faculty's Associate Head of Teaching and Learning, Dr Bibia Sharma says the team is here to re-established the importance of science.
The expo continues at the Multi-purpose hall until today, when the team will be visiting two other schools outside Honiara.
Students attending the University of the South Pacific's Faculty of Science, Technology and Environment Show were urged to learn from it.
Tertiary Education Undersecretary of the Ministry of Education and Human Resources Development, Franko Roddie told the students that they learn by participating in the show.
Mr. Roddie who is Chief guest at the show says students should know how it will shape their career paths in future, and not only enjoy watching the exhibitions.
He says unfortunately in the country, there are many science graduates who are under-utilised, therefore do not meet how much was expected off them.
Mr. Roddie said he is certain that through this show, one can make a better judgment on the quality of education offered by USP.
The science show ends on Saturday this week.