Interfaculty Sport: Cricket

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

Week 9 BBQ, with a twist!

Meet and greet your science buddies at this week’s SciSoc all-you-can-eat BBQ – for FREE if you are dressed in the smoochingly stylish 2011 SciSoc T-shirt!

Enjoy yummy sausage sizzles with refreshing garden salads and tasty cheese fillings. As always, vegetarian-friendly options are available and extra-friendly service is guaranteed!

Also this week, SciSoc has combined forces with the EU to host a forum on Science and Faith. Come hear a few different perspectives from some guys and girls from both societies, followed by question time at the end.

When 12:00pm-1:30pm, Wednesday, 02 May 2011
Where Front of Chemistry Building

BBQ Location Map

Cost Dressed in 2011 SciSoc T-shirt: FREE!
Otherwise: $2 Access/$5 Non-Access

Science Revue: NASAblanca Auditions

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 producer@sciencerevue.org!

SciSoc Trivia Night!

Ladies and Gentlemen, Boys and Girls, Science Students and Arts Kids, Witches and Wizards, Aurors and Death Eaters,

SciSoc’s Annual Trivia Night is THIS TUESDAY! Hosted by the ever hilarious James “JamCol” Colley, and some other guy who took a year off to work at IBM or something.

So get your thinking caps on, and get your tickets from a stall OUTSIDE MANNING

$10 ACCESS/$15 NON-ACCESS

Tickets will be available at the door, but the best way to make sure you can come along is to pre-buy! So get together yo’ tables of 6 friends (If you have 7, unfortunately they suck and will have to make new friends), Get yo’ butts and brain into gear, and come get your tickets!

When 7:00pm – 11:00/pm, Tuesday, 17 April 2010
Where Manning Bar
Cost $10 Access/$15 Non-Access
RSVP Tickets available NOW

Week 7 BBQ

Meet and greet your science buddies at this week’s SciSoc all-you-can-eat BBQ – for FREE if you are dressed in the smoochingly stylish 2010 SciSoc T-shirt!

Enjoy yummy sausage sizzles with refreshing garden salads and tasty cheese fillings. As always, vegetarian-friendly options are available and extra-friendly service is guaranteed!

When 12:00pm-1:30pm, Wednesday, 13 April 2011
Where Front of Chemistry Building

BBQ Location Map

Cost Dressed in 2011 SciSoc T-shirt: FREE!
Otherwise: $2 Access/$5 Non-Access

Trivia Night

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

When 7:00pm – 11:00/pm, Tuesday, 17 April 2010
Where Manning Bar
Cost $10 Access/$15 Non-Access
RSVP Tickets available THIS WEEK

Jumpstart Your Science Career!

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