Do you have questions about majors like: What are my options if I’m unsure about my major? How do I plan for a dual major? What are good major combinations to take and why? Can I take a double major in a dual degree program?, or Where professionally can my major take me? Come along […]
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Stanley has six photo entries in the Communicate Science Competition. Wavelength was curious to find out what inspired him: Stanley, What inspired your photos? I wanted to show how cool science is. What degree are you studying? I am currently in my final semester of an Electrical Engineering and Mathematics undergraduate double degree. You are […]
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A prize giving ceremony for exceptional UNSW Mathematics and Statistics students was held on 30th May. 16 prizes were conferred to students for their outstanding academic performance during 2013. Standout students were Wen Jia Liu and Edward McDonald, who have each swept a veritable bonanza of prizes over the past two years. Wen Jia Liu, […]
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Going to the Student Research Expo last Thursday (22nd August) was a real eye-opening experience. Just the amount of high-quality research that is coming out of UNSW PhD students is amazing!! The highlight for me was the 1-minute thesis competition and poster displays in Leighton Hall. Having the students summarise their research into such a […]
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I helped out at an on-campus event called “science academy night” this evening. It’s always inspiring to see what established scientists are up to, and the contribution they are making to our society. Universities hold many interesting talks and forums where members of the public are invited to be involved! They are a great way to learn new and unexpected things for life!
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