APS Statements by Year

2019

Guidelines on Ethics

2017

Addressing the Global Energy Challenge: Accelerating the Transition to Carbon-Neutral Energy Sources

2015

Statement on the Status of Women in Physics
Statement on Civic Engagement
Statement on Earth's Changing Climate

2014

Undergraduate Research Statement

2013

K-12 Access to Physics & Teacher Preparation Statement

2009

Control of the U.S. Nuclear Complex

2008

Diversity Statement

2006

Career Options for Physicists
Advocacy for Science Education
The Use of Nuclear Weapons

2005

Electric and Magnetic Fields and Public Health
Physical Science Research Funding
Science and Technical Advice for Congress

2003

Perpetual Motion Machines
Freedom of Scientific Communication in Basic Research
Visa Rules and Government Procedures Hampering U.S. Science and Technology
Nuclear Testing

2002

Against the Call to Boycott Israeli Scientists
DOD Funding for Basic Research

2001

Assessment and Science
Security and Science at the Weapons Laboratories

2000

Protection Against Discrimination
National Missile Defense System Technical Feasibility and Deployment

1999

"What is Science?"
Kansas State Board of Education Decision
Research in Physics Education
AIP-Member Society Statement on the Education of Future Teachers

1998

Statement to the United Nations

1997

The Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty
Open Flow of Scientific Information

1995

Policy Regarding Growth of Physical Review
Power Line Fields and Public Health

1994

Policy on Equal Professional Opportunity
Statements by APS Units

1993

Nuclear Energy

1991

Reaffirmation of Statement on Scientific Review of Research Facilities Funding

1990

Scientific Contact with Countries Accused of Abrogating Human Rights

1989

The International Nature of Physics and International Cooperation
APS/AIP Relationship

1988

Promoting an Inclusive Workplace

1981

Creationism