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SPS News — Issue 86
July 12, 2016
Opportunities  |  Meetings  |  Careers
Meet a Nobel Laureate - Einstein Memorial Pop-up: July 16Albert Einstein MemorialCome join the 2016 SPS Interns and Nobel Laureate John Mather at the Albert Einstein Memorial in Washington, DC this Saturday, July 16th between 11 AM and 2 PM! This event, facilitated by the National Academy of Sciences Koshland Science Museum, is sure to be out of this world! Find out more and RSVP. $200 Travel Awards

SPS offers Travel Awards of $200 to members presenting their research at AIP member society meetings. A limited number of awards will be offered. Apply Today!

Members with accepted abstracts at the AAPM 58th Annual Meeting should apply by Monday, July 20, 2016. Download a flyer and hang it in your department.

SPS members attending and reporting on professional physics meetings are eligible to receive $200 in travel reimbursement. Applications are always being accepted. Apply Now!

Upcoming Scientific Meetings - Students Welcome

American Association of Physics Teachers (AAPT) Summer Meeting, July 16-20
Attending the AAPT Summer Meeting in Sacramento, CA? Be sure to stop by and see us at Booth #110. Get more information.

American Crystallographic Association (ACA) 66th Annual Meeting, July 22-26
The ACA 66th Annual Meeting will include a strong educational component for early career scientists with specific talks designed to introduce research areas in addition to presenting results. See what ACA has to offer young scientists and students.

American Association of Physicists in Medicine (AAPM) 58th Annual Meeting and Exhibition, July 31-August 4
See what AAPM has to offer at the Student and Trainee Events. The education program and professional program will offer an excellent opportunity to gain practical knowledge on emerging technical and professional issues. Get more information.

For a comprehensive list of upcoming meetings and deadlines, visit the SPS calendar.

Let’s Get to PhysCon!The SPS national office has fundraising kits for your local chapter that can help finance your attendance at PhysCon, held November 3-5 in Silicon Valley, CA. The kits contain fundraising ideas, case studies, and a variety of goodies to facilitate your efforts and track your progress.
Order your free kit today!

Career Advice from SPS JOBS! SPS Jobs hired stampHow does your SPS experience give you a leg up in an interview? In Career success from volunteer success career consultant, Alaina G. Levine explains.
Find more career building advice in SPS Online Career Resources.
As always, you can register and sign up for job alerts to find your perfect fit.

Who's Hiring Physics Bachelor's?Employment opportunities for recent physics bachelor's degree recipients exist in all areas of the economy. Take a look at this state-by-state listing of employers who recently hired new physics graduates. Find out who's hiring. Brad Conrad
Director, Society of Physics Students & Sigma Pi Sigma Physics Honor Society
1 Physics Ellipse, College Park, MD, 20740
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