Wavelength is the UNSW Science e-newsletter and student blog, engaging students about what is happening in Science. Contributors prepare blog posts which are published on the UNSW Science website, promoted through the fortnightly e-newsletter and on Science social media channels. Students gain exposure to science journalism and communications.
Participating students prepare and contribute engaging and relevant content for the UNSW Science Student Blog.
If this opportunity is of interest, express your interest via email.
Wavelength Science Blog Contributor
Training provided includes 1 hour training on using Wordpress, along with ongoing monitoring and support. Students are also provided with ongoing feedback and support in relation to posts.
Students will be expected to contribute a minimum of 5 posts as monitored by the Science Student Centre Manager and/or Science Communications Officer. Total duration is 5 blog posts @ 4 hrs/post = 20 hours minimum.
Carolyn Etter, Science Student Centre Manager
For more information about co-curricular activities see UNSW Advantage.