Our AGM will be held on Tuesday 18th September at 5 pm in the Home Reading Room. There will be annual reports and elections of the executive for the next year.
SciSoc presents its most anticipated event of the year, the annual Bucky Ball! Theme: "The End of the World"--dress like there's no tomorrow! Throw on your best apocalyptic outfit or your sharpest black tie attire! Time: 8pm-12am Date: September 22nd Location: Hotel CBD Fourth Floor (Cnr York & King Street Sydney NSW 2000) Pricing: Access- $40 Non-Access- $50 TICKET SALES: Tickets exceptionally limited! Arrange by email: email@example.com to organise a time. Otherwise join us on Wednesday @ SciSoc BBQ (Carslaw Lawns) Sponsored by University of Sydney Union & Optiver
Science: the final frontier. These are the voyages of the starship "SciSoc Enterprise". Its continuing mission: to feed strange new worlds with sausages and veggie-patties, to seek out new life and new civilizations hungry for cheese, to boldly go where no one has gone before. Join the new crew of the SciSoc Enterprise (NCC-1701-D) as they begin their first voyage on Wednesday at lunchtime on Carslaw lawns. Lunch is FREE with the shirt, $2 Access, $5 non-Access. Wednesday 12-2 Carslaw Lawns. Starrring: Isaac Carney as Patrick Stewart Hari Bhrugubanda as Spock and introducing: Jessica Catherine Estephan as Wil Wheaton's Number 1 Fan
The New Scientist Prize for Science Writing is now open for student articles and editorials from all the far reaches of science. The competition aims to enhance excitement and enthusiasm about science and science communication; encompassing discoveries, new and old, technology and social commentary on present uses of science in the community. First prize will be $1,500, and the winning article will be published on the New Scientist website. Second prize will be $750 and third prize will be $250. The three winning entries will also be given a complementary yearly subscription to the New Scientist magazine. If you would like to enter the competition, please see the How To Enter and Conditions pages for entry details and guidelines for submission. Please send all enquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org. Here's more info http://newscientistprize.org/enter/ Happy writing!
SciSoc presents its most anticipated event of the year, the annual Bucky Ball! Theme: "The End of the World"--dress like there's no tomorrow! Throw on your best apocalyptic outfit or your sharpest black tie attire! Time: 8pm-12am Date: September 22nd Location: Hotel CBD Fourth Floor (Cnr York & King Street Sydney NSW 2000) Pricing: Access- $40 Non-Access- $50 TICKET SALES: September 4th – September 17th Monday, Tuesday, Thursday Friday: 11am-3pm Manning Road Stalls. Wednesday: SciSoc Barbeques Only (Carslaw Lawns) Sponsored by University of Sydney Union & Optiver
Just a friendly reminder that science Revue is happening this Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Tickets from $15. For more info go to http://www.facebook.com/events/276329985816563/.
There's nothing new here. Come get as much food as you can handle! Lunch is FREE with the shirt, $2 Access, $5 non-Access. This Wednesday from 12-2 at the Carslaw Lawns. Starring Isaac Carney as Keanu Reeves
Sorry for the lack of a newsletter last week! Our website has been down, and still is. It's unreachable from outside campus. The events are still on and we're working on getting it back to business as soon as we can. Otherwise please read this newsletter carefully and check us out on facebook at http://www.facebook.com/groups/usydscisoc/
The idea of 'emotional intelligence' took the world by storm in the mid-1990s. Everyone wanted to know their 'EQ' and was sure that it was much more important to success in life than IQ. Many professionals in human resources, education, clinical psychology and coaching began to believe that emotional skills and competencies, such as emotion management and understanding, were more important for high-level functioning than intelligence and personality. In the intervening years, scientists put these claims under the microscope to work out how important emotional intelligence is. Dr Carolyn MacCann will filter out facts from fads as she reviews the research on emotional intelligence. Does emotional intelligence exist? Can we measure it? Is it really as important to life success as the hype suggests? Find out the different ways that researchers conceptualise and measure emotional intelligence, as well as the usefulness of emotional intelligence in business, education and well-being. Event details Date: Wednesday 12 September 2012 Time: 5.45pm - 6.45pm Venue: Eastern Avenue Auditorium Cost: Free! Here's a link!
Entries are now open for Switched On 2012, a national competition seeking the ultimate eco-lighting solution for home or commercial use, as conceived by an undergraduate designer. Designs can be fixed or free standing downlights, bulbs, lamps, task lights or any new lighting solution that harnesses LED technology. A prize pool of $3,000 will be awarded to the top three designs: First prize: $1,500 Second prize: $1,000 Third prize: $500 Submission guidelines To enter, submit 3-5 images of your design (in two sizes: 812 x 450px and 2436 x 1350) along with a 50-word synopsis and description of up to 200 words. Email your submission to email@example.com including details of your undergraduate course and institution no later than 5pm EST December 14th, 2012. Here's a link!