APS News

December 2004 (Volume 13, Number 11)

APS Fellows Enjoy College Park Event

APS Fellows in the Washington, DC area turned out in force for a reception at the American Center for Physics in College Park, MD on October 26.

In addition to having ample time to chat with their fellow Fellows and to sample refreshments, they heard about APS activities from APS President Helen Quinn, Executive Officer Judy Franz, Director of Education Ted Hodapp, and Director of Public Affairs Michael Lubell.

Fellows
Luis Orozco and Steven Rolston chat with Ted Hodapp (right)
Fellows
Sammye and P. K. Williams together with Walter Faust and William Wallenmeyer.
Fellows
Zachary Levine, Peter Mohr, and Anne Davies
Fellows
Anthony Johnson and Gerald Epstein enjoy a moment with APS Director of International Affairs Amy Flatten.

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December 2004 (Volume 13, Number 11)

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Articles in this Issue
LA Hosts 2005 APS March Meeting
Heckman, Hodas Capture 2004 APS Apker Award
World Year of Physics Flies High At Young Scientist Challenge
Three American Physicists Share 2004 Nobel Physics Prize for QCD
New Optical Devices, Techniques Highlight Laser Science Meeting
World Year of Physics Gets Early Kickoff at Sigma Pi Sigma Quadrennial Congress
George E. Valley, Jr. Prize Goes to Ivo Souza
Physics Enlightens the World, and Battles Light Pollution Too
Semper Finds Ways to Entertain While Teaching Science
Sounds of the Subway
APS Fellows Enjoy College Park Event
New Results from RHIC Highlight 2004 DNP Meeting
Letters
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Members in the Media
This Month in Physics History
Washington Dispatch
Zero Gravity: The Lighter Side of Science