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December 2006 (Volume 15, Number 11)

APS Kicks Off Campaign to Support Education and Outreach Initiatives


APS Kicks Off Campaign to Support Education and Outreach Initiatives

Photo credit: Sarah Davis

Speakers at the Campaign kickoff celebrate the success to date. From left to right are: Brian Schwartz of the City University of New York; APS Executive Officer Judy Franz; APS President John Hopfield; APS Director of Education and Diversity Ted Hodapp; and Noah Finkelstein of the University of Colorado. Schwartz is a former APS Director of Education, and Finkelstein is one of the leaders of the PhysTEC program at UC Boulder (see APS News, March 2006, and APS News Back Page, January 2006).

On November 3, the APS 21st Century Campaign celebrated its kickoff at a special event on the evening before the November 4 Executive Board meeting. APS President John Hopfield led the program, which included the announcement of a $3.5 million goal and approximately $1.8 million having been raised to date. The campaign seeks corporate, foundation and individual gifts. APS programs benefiting from campaign funding include:

Volunteers leading the campaign include Gordon Moore, founder of Intel, as Honorary Chair; Craig Barrett, Chairman of Intel, as Vice Chair; William Brinkman, Princeton University, as Campaign Executive Advisor, and 31 Nobel Laureates.

For more information, contact Darlene Logan, APS Director of Development, at (301) 209-3224 or logan@aps.org.


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Contributing Editor: Jennifer Ouellette
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Mile-High City Will Host 2007 March Meeting
APS Kicks Off Campaign to Support Education and Outreach Initiatives
New Management Tackles Difficult Problems at Los Alamos
Apker Award Honors Three Undergrads.
Council Passes Statements on Linear Collider, Careers in Physics
Kadanoff Wins Lorentz Medal
DPP Meeting Features Latest Advances in Plasma Physics Research
APS Establishes New Committee On Informing the Public
Clarification Eases Visa Procedure
MuCap Results, Nucleon Spin Structure Highlight 2006 DNP Meeting
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Members in the Media
This Month in Physics History
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Zero Gravity
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