In 2013, RoadCulture sponsored student transport and project management for Bundaberg’s first Power of Engineering girl’s event. The event committee assembled 70 Grade 9 and 10 high school girls from the Bundaberg and North Burnett Regions at a free one day forum. Students and their teachers heard from guest speakers then undertook workshop activities and site visits, experiencing engineering in action at local companies.
Together with Regional Committee Members of Engineers Australia, Samantha Green initiated a technology assisted regional engineering forum 2013 Bundaberg Transport Panel. The forum was delivered conveniently to 36 regional members in Australian Engineering Week. Hosted at Bundaberg, one speaker provided local insight whilst two more speakers contributed expertise in transport modelling and networks. CQ University technology provided interaction between speakers and attendees, who were located at the Melbourne, Bundaberg, Gladstone and Rockhampton Campuses.
Together with consulting firm Insite SJC, RoadCulture hosted an event to celebrate and promote 2013 National Ride2Work Day. Forty people and riders attended a breakfast and bicycle display sponsored by local suppliers.