We are excited to announce the 2019 PhySoc Writing Competition (see attached poster). This is an opportunity where students are encouraged to write an article to feature in the Australian Physics Magazine. This article can be any kind of response (including infographics, essays, reports, diary entries, etc...), with a hard upper word limit of 1000 words (no lower bound word limit), and preferably follows the Australian Physics template. This competition is open to absolutely everyone (including undergraduates, postgraduates, academics, and the public).
La Trobe University students enrolled in a physics or nanotechnology major/minor/degree also have the opportunity to enter for a PhySoc sponsored scholarship to attend the 2019 AIP Summer Meeting (valued up to $130 for students). This is a 4-day event hosted by the Australian Institute of Physics on 3rd-6th December at RMIT University in the city, and includes research showcases, careers sessions, networking sessions and is fully catered.
To register your interest in PhySoc's 2019 Writing Competition, enter for a PhySoc sponsored scholarship to attend the 2019 AIP Summer Meeting or submit a response, please visit: www.bit.ly/PhySocWritingComp2019
Please forward on this email to all the physicists you know. If you have any questions, please feel free to ask me and forward on public enquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org. This competition was brought to you and made possible by the editors of Australian Physics, the PhySoc Committee, Rebecca Griffin, Daniel Roberts, Dion Ellul and Emma Gill.
Good Luck to All!