South East Queensland Australian Science Communicators’ Committee
The South East Queensland ASC Committee aims to create a social and thought-provoking experience by organising get-togethers, professional development workshops and fun and interesting science and communication events for local ASC members.
We invite knowledgeable and relevant professionals to speak on current issues relating to science communication at our get-togethers and events.
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23 August – Art Lab: Where art and science collide
Where: Ecosciences Precinct, Dutton Park
Time: 5.30pm – 7.30pm
Buy tickets on eventbrite here (discounts for members!)
14 November – SEQ ASC AGM
Where: Ship Inn, South Bank
Time: 5.30pm – 6.30pm
24 November – ASC Christmas Science Trivia Night and AGM
Where: QUT Botanic Bar, Brisbane
Time: AGM 5-6pm; Trivia doors open from 6pm, 7pm start
Buy your tickets ($20-25) on eventbrite here
11 October – Ada Lovelace Day – Women in STEM breakfast
Where: P Block-Level 6, QUT Gardens Point
Time: 7:15 – 8:45am (7:30 – 8:30 Q&A panel)
Buy your tickets via eventbrite ($20 General, $15 ASC members)
Missed it? A collection of tweets on Storify for #AdaLovelaceDay
20 October – World Science Festival March 2016 meeting with SE-QLD ASC
Want to be involved? Contact Ruth Neale
Where: Econnect Communication PTY Ltd., 14 Horan St, West End QLD 4101
1 July – Cyber-attack on Brisbane: How prepared are we? QUT Garden’s Point, 3.30-5.30pm
20 May – Pint of Science: The Cricket and the Cow
The Lucky Duck, West End, 6.30-8.30pm
2015 SEQ ASC Committee
If you’d like to get in touch with any of the current committee members, details are below.
Science Week Trivia Night Trivia night
Meet the experts Panel discussion with three prominent science communicators
What bugs you? Talk from an insect illustrators his work as an insect collector, museum curator and illustrator/photographer
The Science of Cocktails A networking evening for scientists, science communicators and science enthusiasts.
Science-connect—social media workshop