Engage with UNSW School of Physics. Whether you are a high school teacher or student, industry group or government, discover how you can work with us.
At the UNSW School of Physics, we work with community, schools, government and industry to build strong, mutually advantageous relationships.
At community level, we run programs to make physics accessible, while our teaching fellowship sees high school teachers spend a year engaging with university teaching and research. Our world class researchers and PhD students contribute to innovation through partnerships with organisations and government.
Studying physics is rewarding at all levels, from primary school right through to postgraduate levels. From galaxies to sub-atomic particles, physics is the basic science and fundamental to understanding how the world around us works.
UNSW Physics offers free resources for senior high school students to help you gain a better understanding of physics. Physclips features volumes on mechanics, sound and more, while Einsteinlight unpacks Einstein’s theory of special relativity.
The Outreach and Engagement Committee has a number of outreach initiatives, and consists of Dr Kate Jackson, Tom Dixon, Prof. Sarah Brough and Neil Lawrence. To get in touch, send us an email.