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APS March Meeting 2019

Future of Physics Days

Future of Physics Days (FPD) are events just for undergraduate students. Sponsored by APS and the Society for Physics Students (SPS), FPD offers undergrads the opportunity to present their research, learn about grad school and career options, and connect with the scientific community.

Undergrads who attend the APS March Meeting can look forward to:

  • Undergraduate research sessions
  • Career and professional development workshops
  • Undergrad only lounge
  • Graduate school fair
  • Networking with peers and senior scientists
  • A free t-shirt

APS T-shirt Design

Congratulations to this year’s Future of Physics Days student award winners!

Student Award Winners
  • Amad Matar Abed, University of Puerto Rico, Humacao
  • Mary Agajanian, Harvard University
  • Sarah Choate, Villanova University
  • Joshua Clark, Cleveland State University
  • Samuel Desrosiers, Université de Sherbrooke
  • Kristin Doucette, Simmons University
  • Donavan Ebersole, Troy University
  • Logan Fairgrieve-Park, University of Alberta
  • Anthony Florimbo, Allegheny College
  • Elizabeth Fuller, Ohio State University
  • Kaitlin Gili, Stevens Institute of Technology
  • Joseph Godoy, High Point University
  • Rebeca Gurrola, St. Mary’s University
  • Gillian Hagen, Mount Holyoke University
  • Austin Kaczmarek, University of Michigan
  • Joseph Lanier, Xavier University
  • Hieu Le, Dickinson College
  • Kenneth Lin, University of Massachusetts Amherst
  • Yuxing Ma, Amherst College
  • Jessica Maruri, Vanderbilt University
  • Daniel Morales, Texas Lutheran University
  • Param Patel, Rutgers University
  • Thomas Pilvelait, Harvard University
  • Gregory Price, Augusta University
  • Ethan Richman, Bard College
  • Katherine Rigdon, Oberlin College
  • Ronaldo Rodriguez, University of California, Santa Cruz
  • Miriam Salcedo, Tufts University
  • Sophia Scarano, Joint Quantum Institute, University of Maryland
  • Michael Taylor, University of South Florida
  • Penelope Taylor, Mount Holyoke College
  • Troy Taylor, Linfield College
  • Henry Varona, Boston University