|Physical Review Online Subscriptions Only $25 for APS Members|
Beginning July 1, 1997, APS members may enter an online-only one- year subscription to Physical Review Letters or any section of the Physical Review for only $25 each.
|Highlights from Kansas City March Meeting|
Approximately 4,400 physicists converged on the Kansas City Convention Center for the Society's annual March Meeting for sessions on carbon nanotubes, switchable mirrors, and magnetic force microscopy, to name a few highlights.
|Career Task Force Makes Recommendations to APS Council|
The APS Career Task Force on Careers and Professional Development presented its final report and recommendations to the APS Council in April.
|Four Corners Section Established by Council|
The Four Corners Section -- the first new APS regional section since 1976 -- was established by unanimous vote of APS Council at its April meeting.
|Members To Vote on Proposed Amendment to APS Mission Statement|
The APS Council approved a proposed amendment to the APS mission statement, which will appear on the election ballot this summer for APS members to vote on its adoption.
|NSF Faculty Early Career Development Program|
Proposals for FY98 are now being considered for NSF's Faculty Early Career Development program.
|Physics History on the Web|
The AIP Center for history of Physics recently introduced two new science history exhibits on the Web: one detailing the discovery of the electron, and another an online Einstein museum.
Donald H. Weingarten of IBM is the winner of the 1997 APS Aneesur Rahman Prize; the APS is developing an on-line historial archive of women who have made important contributions to physics; the NSF is instituting new merit review criteria as of October 1, 1997; and two APS fellows were among the seven winners of the 1996 E.O. Lawrence Award.
|APS Role in the Federation of Materials Societies|
A summary of APS involvement in the Federation of Materials Societies since 1995.
|DCMP and DMP Celebrate 50 Years|
The APS Divisions of Condensed Matter Physics and Materials Physics celebrated their 50th anniversary at the APS March Meeting in Kansas City.