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Are you a part of your Women in Physics group at your college or university? Would you like to start one? Apply for an APS Women in Physics Group Grant! The APS Committee on the Status of Women in Physics is calling for proposals from Women in Physics groups who are interested in recruitment and community building through networking events, mentoring and professional development opportunities, and/or scientific activities. Grants up to a total of $1,000 over one to two years are available. Learn more and apply by October 15.
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PhysTEC is now accepting applications for The 5+ Club! Apply now to join this exemplary group of institutions that have graduated five or more physics teachers in the 2017-2018 academic year. The deadline to apply is October 26.
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On August 13, six young physicists arrived in Washington, D.C. in hopes of taking home an APS LeRoy Apker Award for outstanding achievement in physics by undergraduate students. The Apker Award finalists each presented their undergraduate research to a tough selection committee that will select two award recipients to go on and present their research at the March Meeting 2019 or April Meeting 2019.
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Come to a Conference for Undergraduate Women in Physics (CUWiP) to network with other physicists, learn about graduate programs, and explore career possibilities. Find an event near you, and apply today! Financial assistance is available.
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Are you going to the APS March Meeting in Boston? Then you can submit your abstract now! Abstract submissions are due by October 26, 2018. Be on the lookout - registration and housing information coming soon!
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The APS April Meeting is heading to Denver! Mark your calendars for April 13-16, 2019 to experience the “Quarks to the Cosmos”. Discover new opportunities for collaboration and receive inspiration for your next research project.
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APS members took to the polls recently to select new leadership, and the results are in! Sylvester James Gates, Jr. has been elected to the office of vice president. He will serve one year as vice president and one year as president-elect before becoming president of the Society in 2020. Get to know all of the newly-elected leaders.
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APS is now accepting applications for the International Research Travel Award Program. IRTAP provides funding to foster international scientific collaborations between physicists in developing & developed countries. Apply today!
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APS is pleased to announce that Bertrand I. Halperin, of Harvard University, is the recipient of the 2019 APS Medal for Exceptional Achievement in Research. The medal citation honors Halperin “for his seminal contributions to theoretical condensed matter physics, especially his pioneering work on the role of topology in both classical and quantum systems.”
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The United States is no longer the world leader in R&D facilities for neutrons, which are crucial to scientific advancement. What are the consequences for scientific output and economic competitiveness, and how can the U.S. meet current and future neutron needs while minimizing risk? Stay up-to-date with this new report from the APS Office of Government Affairs.
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