by Kriti Dubey, Year 11
Kew High School’s female students were given the opportunity to join young working women and university students in the field of physics for a breakfast in Melbourne city. Professor Rachel Webster provided information about black holes, while activities were partaken regarding possible career choices and pathways in physics. It was a great occasion to socialize and clarify questions with experts in the field of physics, including engineering and astrophysics. The experience also intended to empower and excite students towards undertaking physics as a subject.