First Year Camp! Places are Limited!

Scisoc’s annual first year camp is fast approaching and places are going fast. To make sure that you have a place come by our O-Week stall at the earliest time possible (that being 9:00am on Wednesday). Get a registration form to fill out and pay up for all the fun that could be when dozens of Uni students are by themselves for a weekend. Read between the lines people!

O Week, Dean’s Welcome and SciSoc BBQ

This week starts the festivities that are O Week, the best way to get back to/start University life.
Come by! Buy a Tshirt, your golden ticket to free lunch every even Wednesday. If you’re new, register for our first year camp! If you want to find out more about all the events we hold, want to be kept updated, or just want to chat cause we’re pretty nice guys, we’ll be opposite Eastern Avenue Auditorium this Wednesday to Friday!
The Dean is also giving a formal welcome to all you young science kids, catch it on Wednesday the 29th February, 11am–1pm at Eastern Ave Auditorium.
If you’re in need of food after that, SciSoc will be providing a free BBQ in the Carslaw Lawns.

This week starts the festivities that are O Week, the best way to get back to/start University life.
Come by! Buy a Tshirt, your golden ticket to free lunch every even Wednesday. If you’re new, register for our first year camp! If you want to find out more about all the events we hold, want to be kept updated, or just want to chat cause we’re pretty nice guys, we’ll be opposite Eastern Avenue Auditorium this Wednesday to Friday!
The Dean is also giving a formal welcome to all you young science kids, catch it on Wednesday the 29th February, 11am–1pm at Eastern Ave Auditorium.
If you’re in need of food after that, SciSoc will be providing a free BBQ in the Carslaw Lawns.

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Volunteer for the 2012 Science Transition Program!

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The Faculty of Science runs the Science Transition Program in order to support commencing science students during their first year at university. One of the best ways to do this is to introduce first year students to people in the know – senior students such as yourself!

If you have had a positive experience during your undergraduate studies and would like to help others do likewise, you can volunteer to become a student mentor. As a mentor you will be instrumental in assisting first year students to build academic and social networks so that they settle more quickly into life as a student and get the most from their time here on campus.

Click here to register!

http://sydney.edu.au/science/cstudent/ug/smlp_mentors

Benefits for mentors:

  • Receive free training and develop desirable professional skills
  • Receive recognition from the Faculty of Science
  • Gain experience in team leadership
  • Widen your networks within the Faculty of Science
  • Help other students (and have fun!)