[ASC-list] WA EVENT - Curtin Science for the Curious - 8 December 2009
e.donnelly at curtin.edu.au
Fri Nov 20 06:38:33 UTC 2009
Please circulate these event details to anyone who is keen to check out the
new Curtin Resources and Chemistry Precinct or to students considering study
Not sure if you want to study science, or if you do, what to study.
What area of science should you try, what courses can you consider, what is
university even like?
On the evening of 8 December 2009, Curtin will open the doors to its new
Resources and Chemistry Precinct and answer these questions! Staff and
current university students will be on site, to assist school leavers with
any questions they may have about science courses
Meet our experts in chemistry, nanotechnology, physics, astronomy and other
fields. Find out all the TER info you need, tour the Precinct and try out
some hands-on science in the state-of-the-art facilities.
The Curtin Resources and Chemistry Precinct was completed in August 2009. It
is a $116 million research powerhouse and boasts among the best laboratories
in Australia and houses over 200 research and industry scientists, including
the State Government¹s ChemCentre.
Date: Tuesday, 8 December 2009
Time: 5.00 pm 7.00 pm
Location: Curtin Resources and Chemistry Precinct, Bentley Campus, South
Entrance (Entry at lights on Manning Road)
Getting there on public transport: Take Bus 101 from Canning Bridge Railway
Station and get off at Bentley Campus South Entrance
Parking: Free parking is available adjacent to the Precinct in Carpark P7D
Explore the amazing places a science degree can take you and how Curtin can
help get you there.
To register for this special event, please go to
www.curtin.edu.au/studyscience or call 08 9266 1190 for more information.
Emma Donnelly| Science Outreach Coordinator
Faculty of Science and Engineering | Curtin University of Technology |
GPO Box U1987 Perth 6845 Western Australia
t: +61 8 9266 1021 | f: +61 8 9266 2021 |
Office: Building 311 Room 143
Email: e.donnelly at curtin.edu.au
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