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Physics & Astronomy Student Liaison Committee Meeting Semester 2, 2010. Wednesday 27 October, 12noon – Light lunch provided The purpose of the meeting

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physics astronomy student liaison committee meeting semester 2 2010
Physics & AstronomyStudent Liaison Committee MeetingSemester 2, 2010

Wednesday 27 October, 12noon – Light lunch provided

The purpose of the meeting

  • is to seek student feedback on the current semester’s units and programmes. Each undergraduate unit is invited to nominate two students as representatives.

Student observers

  • are welcome and should email Helen (helen.sorensen@mq.edu.au) or advise their Unit Convenor at least ten days prior to the meeting.

Confirmation of invitation to attend

  • will be emailed to your MQ student address.

Outcomes from the meeting

  • are incorporated into teaching programmes and reported at next year’s SLC.

Associate Professor David Coutts, Head, Department of Physics and Astronomy