Pennie Stoyles joins the STELR Team

In November, Pennie Stoyles joined the STELR team as the STELR Program Manager, taking over many of the STELR duties from Peter Pentland. Peter now has a new position, Executive Manager Schools Program, which involves managing multiple aspects of ATSE’s involvement with school education. This includes the federally-funded Inspiring Maths and Science Education (iSME) program which will develop new education resources for secondary science and mathematics.

Pennie originally trained as a secondary chemistry teacher and has worked with the Science Teachers Association of Victoria, at Museum Victoria as an educator and most recently as Manager of Education and Community Programs at Scienceworks. 

Pictured here with the new STELR Sustainable Housing materials are (from left to right): Peter Pentland; Pennie Stoyles; Dr Margaret Hartley, ATSE CEO and Elvira Copur, the STELR Admin Officer.                                                                                                                                                                               IMAGE: KATJA KROENKE, ATSE

Pictured here with the new STELR Sustainable Housing materials are (from left to right): Peter Pentland; Pennie Stoyles; Dr Margaret Hartley, ATSE CEO and Elvira Copur, the STELR Admin Officer.                                                                                                                                                                               IMAGE: KATJA KROENKE, ATSE