June 2011 (Volume 20, Number 6)
April Meeting Prize and Award Recipients
Photo by Kevin Roznowski
At the ceremonial session at the APS April Meeting in Anaheim, the pictured individuals received prizes and awards from APS President Barry Barish.
A Long and Distinguished Career
Photo courtesy of Alfred Scharff Goldhaber
Maurice Goldhaber, shown here in a photo from 2003, turned 100 years old this year on April 18, and died on May 11 as APS News was going to press. He served as APS President in 1982, one of many accomplishments over a long and distinguished career.
Photo by Matthew Payne
On May 13, Six Flags America held its annual physics day, hosting hundreds of middle- and high-school students from around the Washington, DC area. APS was there too, together with its partners, the American Association of Physics Teachers (AAPT) and the American Institute of Physics' Society of Physics Students.
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