International Travel Grant Award Program
The International Travel Grant Award Program (ITGAP) was established to promote international scientific collaborations between APS members and physicists in developing countries. Grant recipients receive up to US$2,000 for travel and lodging expenses for international travel while visiting a collaborator for at least one month.
The Marshak Lectureship, endowed by the late Ruth Marshak in honor of her late husband and former APS president, Robert Marshak, is to provide travel support for physicists from "developing nations or the Eastern Bloc" invited to speak at APS meetings.
APS Journal Access
The American Physical Society offers free access to its journals to scientists in developing countries via several different programs.
Matching Membership Program
Through the Matching Membership Program, individuals residing in eligible countries may apply for a reduced-cost or subsidized membership.
Reciprocal Member Societies
Reciprocal Societies are national physical societies that have signed an agreement with the American Physical Society to exchange certain membership privileges.