Force = mass x acceleration, the trajectory of a projectile is usually parabolic if factors such as wind resistance are excluded. Alternately, you can just play cricket, ’cause not only can we science, we can play sports too!
11am this Wednesday, 11 May 2011, HK Ward Gym. Be there, or be… somewhere else. But we would prefer you be there! For more information, click here
We hope your mid-semester break was full of chocolate and procrastination, I know mine sure was. It’s time to get back into the swing of things – don’t forget to finish that report that’s due soon and you still haven’t started! We’re on the home stretch to semester break now! Enjoy the rest of semester!
Are you interested in acting, singing, or dancing? Need a creative outlet in your life? Want a chance to meet other science students/students of other faculties for some reason?
Why not audition for the Science Revue! Auditions are on in weeks 7 and 8 on Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, and all ages, genders, degrees and experience welcome! Whether you’re a seasoned actor, average joe or an enthusiastic dabbler, we’d love to have you!
See here for more details, or send an email with any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org!
Apologies for the delay everyone, we ARE still waiting on T-Shirts – never fear! We have not forgotten about you! As soon as they’re in we will let you know!
t’s that time of year again, you know how it goes –
Drinks, pizza and questions that will make you stop and wonder just how much you REALLY know about all the important things in life… Or you know, just what colour underwear Vice President Bashar Alani may be wearing that day;
$10 ACCESS/$15 NON-ACCESS
||7:00pm – 11:00/pm, Tuesday, 17 April 2010
||$10 Access/$15 Non-Access
||Tickets available THIS WEEK
Join us for a conference style careers information evening designed for Science students from all disciplines. Come and meet employers and industry professionals from a variety of backgrounds and industries to get the answers to all of your career related questions.
We have representatives from ANSTO, the NSW National Parks Association, Westmead Children’s Hospital and the NSW Department of Planning just to name a few. You are also invited to network and mingle with presenters over complimentary drinks and canapés at the conclusion of the sessions.
Option 1: Careers in Nanotechnology
Option 2: Careers in Biomedical Research
Option 3: Careers in Psychology
Option 4: Biology – A World of Possibilities
Option 5: Environmental Geoscience: Consultancy and Management
For more information about the different sessions, click here
To register, visit www.sydney.edu.au/science/cstudent/ug/jump