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SPS Observer - Spring 2018
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Dear SPS Member,

As a Society of Physics Students member, one of the best things we can do is communicate and share our passion for the physical sciences. It is important that we share our knowledge, research, and passion both to those within and outside of the scientific community. 

The Spring 2018, "Communicating Science", issue seeks to provide an overview of the ways SPS members can communicate science through outreach, advocacy, and science policy. 

You can learn how different physicists embarked upon a career journey towards communicating science in Collective Experiences from Everyday Physicists or explore the federal government's role in interacting with science policy and how you can be a  part of that conversation in "A Peek into the World of Federal Funding". 

Additionally, you can begin planning your SPS events for the next academic year in "A Year in an SPS Chapter" or learn about the ground-breaking research conducted by your fellow SPS members in "Collisional Processes in Rubidium

If you have news you’d like to share in the SPS Observer, contact James Merrick (

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James Merrick, MPA

Managing Editor, SPS Observer 

 SPS Programs Manager

American Institute of Physics 

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