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APS, the American Association of Physics Teachers, and the National Society of Black Physicists partnered to organize informational webinars on anti-Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) legislation. One webinar focused on anti-DEI legislation in Florida and another focused on anti-DEI legislation efforts across the country. We encourage physicists concerned about this legislation to familiarize themselves with these webinars and the accompanying resources.
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Selected fellows serve for one year at a congressional office and may gain knowledge in policy work. The fellow does not work directly with APS Government Affairs. Applications typically open in the fall.