Students to get their say

February 8, 2011

Murdoch University students will get to voice their views about the future of Western Australia this Friday at O-Day when the C2030 Portal parks itself in front of the Guild building.

From 9am-3pm students will be able to step inside the futuristic booth and share their ideas about their community through web-cam technology.

Created by LandCorp the portal is travelling across the state and will be used to engage the community and gather input for future development.

LandCorp General Manager Kerry Fijac said O-Day created the perfect opportunity to capture the views of students and staff.

“We thought O-Day was the perfect opportunity to capture the ideas of young people just embarking on their studies, along with the academics who are helping to shape their futures,” Ms Fijac said.

“These students will one day be the thought leaders in our community, so it’s important to get an idea of what they envisage the future will hold once they’ve established their lives after university.”

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