Become a Mentor in the APS National Mentoring Community

In an effort to increase the number of underrepresented minority (URM) undergraduates obtaining physics degrees, APS and the APS Committee on Minorities have launched the National Mentoring Community (NMC), an initiative to provide mentoring to URM physics undergrads. We encourage committed faculty mentors to register for free as NMC mentors and to nominate their URM undergraduate physics mentees to membership in the NMC (as their mentees). For more information and to register as a mentor, visit the National Mentoring Community website.

Save the Date! October 9 - 11, 2015

Registered NMC mentors and mentees are eligible for discounted registration and travel funding to our inaugural NMC Conference (October 9 - 11, 2015), held jointly with the APS Bridge Program Conference (October 10 - 11, 2015) at Florida International University in Miami, FL. For more information and to register for the conference, visit the APS Bridge Program website.

Women in Physics Email Group

The Committee on the Status of Women in Physics welcomes you to join WIPHYS, its electronic mailing list. WIPHYS is sent weekly and includes funding, job, and professional development opportunities for women. WIPHYS started officially in January 1993, and now has over 1000 subscribers. Join the WIPHYS Email Group.

Network with other physicists on LinkedIn

Join the LinkedIn groups for Minorities in Physics and Women in Physics. Start networking today!


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July 2015 (Volume 24, Number 7)

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Articles in this Issue
Newly-Elected IUPAP Officers Meet in Trieste, Italy
Senate Bill Provides 5-year Roadmap for Energy Research Funding
United States Traveling Team Selected
The University of Michigan Honors APS Vice President Homer Neal
APS Bridge Program Expects to Increase Minority Ph.D. Numbers
IEEE Awards Medal of Honor to APS Past President Mildred Dresselhaus
Is Double-Blind Review Better?
Cultivate Your Career
“The Big Bang Theory” Team Supports STEM Students
Letters to the Editor
The Back Page
Inside the Beltway
Members in the Media
This Month in Physics History
Diversity Corner
Profiles In Versatility (Part 1)
Profiles in Versatility (Part 2)