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March 1997 (Volume 6, Number 3)

Electron Centennial Broadcast in April

APS members and other interested parties are invited to explore exciting new advances in atomic- level science and technology during a student-oriented symposium, to be broadcast live via satellite from Central Michigan University on Wednesday, April 9, 1997. The program will feature award-winning scientists, including Roald Hoffmann, a professor of chemistry at Cornell University and recipient of the 1981 Nobel Prize in Chemistry; Marvin Cohen, University Professor of Physics at the University of California, Berkeley and recipient of the 1994 APS Lilienfeld Prize; and Max Lagally, E.W. Mueller Professor of Materials Science at the University of Wisconsin and recipient of the 1994 APS David Adler Lectureship and the 1995 APS Davisson-Germer Prize. The project is sponsored in part by the National Science Foundation, GTE, and Central Michigan University. Information on down-linking to this free broadcast can be obtained by calling 517-774-3487, or by visiting the Electron Birthday website.

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March 1997 (Volume 6, Number 3)

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Teacher-Scientist Alliance Workshop
The Units Convoke
Inside the Beltway
Directory of Physics, Astronomy & Geophysics Staff To Be Mailed in March
Electron Centennial Broadcast in April
Physicists to be Honored at 1997 March Meeting
International News
Letters
APS Views
The Citizen Scientist: A Model for Professional Survival
Lessons Learned from an Industrial Outreach Program
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