September has come and is almost gone but you still have until the end of the week to receive early bird rates and apply for financial awards to attend PhysCon! Early registration ends this Friday, September 30th so be sure to spread the word. If you need to, renew or update your SPS membership online.
Full Travel Awards (registration, travel, and lodging) are available for students attending minority-serving institutions (MSIs) and historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs)
As you know, Sigma Pi Sigma officially hosts the event and this year’s event is set in San Francisco, CA from Nov 3rd -5th. PhysCon features workshops focused on entrepreneurship, careers, and much more. Tours of Google, SLAC, and NASA Ames are available. We also have a fantastic list of speakers, including: Nobel Prize winner Eric Cornell and Jocelyn Bell Burnell. Thank you for your help in making the event a success.
Hope to see you at PhysCon,
Brad R. Conrad, Ph.D.
Director, Society of Physics Students & Sigma Pi Sigma
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