Thank you for your help in making PhysCon a success! Through your efforts and donations we have been able to help at least 200 students attend this year’s event! You did this and you’ve made a difference. If you’d like help in a different way to make the 2016 Quadrennial Physics Congress (PhysCon) a success, we have two needs.
On the morning of Friday, November 4th from 7:45 a.m. til 9:00 a.m. we will be hosting Breakfast with a Scientist during which every student will get an opportunity to sit at a table with at least one scientist, such as yourself.
Many students consider Breakfast with a Scientist to be the most valuable part of their time at PhysCon. We are seeking 100 local people with a background in physics who work in a broad range of careers: industry, government labs, teaching, and academia. If you sign up for Breakfast with a Scientist, your meal will be complimentary and you’ll be invited to stay for the first plenary session given by AIP’s Tate Medal Winner Neil Turok following breakfast. Mentor slots are filled on a first sign up, first serve basis so sign up early.
If, instead, you are interested in helping to provide feedback to undergraduate poster presenters, we are looking for a limited number of volunteers for our poster sessions, which happen 2:30 - 5:00 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 4th and 3:45 - 6:00 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 5th.
Thank you for supporting the future of Physics!
Brad R. Conrad, Ph.D.
Director, Society of Physics Students & Sigma Pi Sigma
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