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October 2002 (Volume 11, Number 9)

Physics in Your Future

Physics in Your Future
The redesigned cover of the booklet Physics in Your Future, which profiles seven young, female physicists, who have careers in industry, government labs, and academia. It is designed to show middle and high school girls the kinds of careers open to them if they study math and science before college.
The redesigned cover of the booklet Physics in Your Future, which profiles seven young, female physicists, who have careers in industry, government labs, and academia. It is designed to show middle and high school girls the kinds of careers open to them if they study math and science before college. To order copies, please visit www.aps.org/programs/women/reports/physicsfuture/

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October 2002 (Volume 11, Number 9)

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Articles in this Issue
APS Aids Efforts on Behalf of New DOE Legislation
Senate Bill To Double NSF Budget
Report Takes First Look at Careers of Physics Bachelors
APS-Led Education Program Revamps Teacher-Prep Courses
Student Interns Summarize Their Summers
Hearing Details Concerns Over Future of NASA's S&T Workforce
Physics in Your Future
Letters
Viewpoint
The Back Page
Members in the Media
This Month in Physics History
Zero Gravity: The Lighter Side of Science
Focus on Committees