Upcoming Events!

Welcome to the 2012 PHYSOC page!

End of Session Dinner!

The 2012 End of Session 2 Dinner will be held on Wednesday 17th Octover at Giovannas (just down Anzac Pde). For more details, please visit our Facebook Event or RSVP directly here.

First Year Info Session

Event for all 1st Year Physics Majors to speak to higher years and Physoc Exec about Highers Years physics. Advice offered on subjects, textbooks and how to survive in general...More info, please visit our Facebook Event. Event Flyer

Previous Events:


The PHYSOC AGM for 2012 will be taking place on Friday the 14th of September (Week 8) from 5pm till late where we will be electing a new executive team. The meeting/party will be taking place in the PHYSOC room (OMB LG35). Food, alcohol and music will be provided, but make sure you come early to avoid missing out.
Make sure you RSVP to the Facebook Event too.

Start of Session Burgerque

Back by popular demand, PHYSOC will be holding a burgerque on Thursday the 26th of July from 12-2pm on the Science Lawn (on the main walkway just outside the Science theatre, opposite the Red Centre). Come along, say hi and grab a burger to get you through Foundation day!
For more details see the Facebook event. and the map below:

End of Session Dinner: Semester 1

The end of session dinner for Semester 1 will be taking place in week 13 on Wednesday the 30th of May at 6pm. The dinner will be held at Giovanna's Italian Restaurant, 286 Anzac Pde, Kingsford (within walking distance from the university). Tickets are on sale now, and can be purchased from any PHYSOC exec member or Patricia Furst in the main physics office (Rm 62B, Ground floor OMB). Prices are $25 for students and $30 for staff.

We will be meeting at 5:30pm outside the PHYSOC room (LG35 OMB) for anybody who wishes to walk down. For more information, see the Facebook event page

O-Week 2012:

PHYSOC will have a stall on the main walkway for all of O-Week in 2012, stall #91 just in front of the Red Centre with plenty of awesome experiments to come and see. There will also be people on hand to talk to and ask any questions you might have.

See the UNSW O-Week website or the PHYSOC Facebook event page for more information.