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At the April APS Meeting, Michael Wittmann (University of Maine) was recognized as one of the inaugural APS GPER Fellows. This seemed like a good opportunity to remind GPER membership of the upcoming deadline for submitting nominations for this year's Fellows.
As a topical group, GPER is able to nominate two to three APS members to be elected Fellows for 2016. We would like to collect nominations from the community for potential GPER Fellows.
GPER members have until June 1 to collect nominations, so if you're planning on submitting a nomination, please begin organizing your nominations soon. After June 1, the GPER Fellowship Committee will begin the evaluation process.
The criterion for election to fellowship is “exceptional contributions to the physics enterprise.” Fellowship is a distinct honor signifying recognition by one's professional peers. More information can be found on the APS Fellows webpage.Please submit the following using the APS Fellowship Nomination online system prior to June 1, 2016: