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About twelve meetings are held each year, usually on the first Wednesday of the month. These are held at various venues in Sydney, often at the Union University & Schools Club, 25 Bent Street, Sydney. Meetings generally commence at 6.30 pm. (Be sure to check the web-site a few days before the event for final venue details and to confirm the start time. We often have dinner after the meeting - the cost is $75 per head for two courses and house wine. Pre-booking is appreciated).
There is an admission charge for of $5 members and $10 for non-members to help cover the cost of the venue and includes a welcome drink. Visitors are welcome to attend General Meetings of the Society.
Reports on these lectures are usually found under the abstract of the talk.
The Southern Highland Branch, based in Mittagong, also hosts excellent monthly lectures.
Each year, at the Annual General Meeting, the outgoing President delivers the Presidential Address.
In addition to its regular meetings the Society is responsible for the presentation of a number of prestigious lectures (year first delivered):
"Maths and science education in Australia - is there a crisis?"
Speakers: Professor Brian Schmidt AC FRS FRSN, Professor Steven Schwartz, Professor Merlin Crossley and Ms Judith Wheelden AM.
Moderated by Andrew Funnell of Radio National.
500 Harris Street,
Admission: Members: $5; Non-members: $15
Time: 6:00 for 6:30pm.
The Forum will be broadcast on ABC Radio National's Big Ideas later in June.
Details of our lectures and recent years' events can be found here:
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