Award for Outstanding Undergraduate ResearchApplications due March 15. Each year, two SPS representatives, winners of the SPS Award for Outstanding Undergraduate Research, attend and present their research at the International Conference of Physics Students (ICPS), an international conference hosted by the International Association of Physics Students (IAPS). This year the ICPS will be held in Msida, Malta, August 11-17. Get more information and apply. Upcoming SPS Awards — Deadline April 15Are your chapter outreach efforts worthy of recognition? The Blake Lilly Prize recognizes SPS chapters that positively influence the attitudes of school children and the general public about physics. Applications are currently being accepted.
Is your SPS Advisor worthy of recognition?SPS recognizes annually an Outstanding Chapter Advisor and will be accepting nominations soon.
Attending the APS March Meeting? SPS Can Help!Attending the Meeting? SPS members attending and reporting on professional physics meetings are eligible to receive $200 in travel reimbursement. Applications are always being accepted. Apply Now!
Presenting Your Work at the Meeting?SPS members presenting original work at a national AIP member society physics meeting are eligible to receive $200 in funding. A limited number of awards will be offered. Apply Today! Upcoming Scientific Meetings - Students WelcomeAmerican Physical Society (APS) March Meeting, March 14-18 Register now for the APS March Meeting in Baltimore, MD. Get more information.
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