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PhysTEC Publishes Book on Teacher Preparation
APS and AAPT recently published a compendium of articles on the preparation of physics and physical-science teachers. This book includes new reports reflecting cutting-edge research and practice, as well as reprints of previously published seminal papers. The book has three primary objectives: (1) to provide a resource for physics departments and faculty members who wish to develop and/or expand programs for pre-service or in-service teachers; (2) to encourage scholarly documentation of ongoing research and practice, in a form accessible to a broad audience of physicists; (3) to encourage recognition of teacher preparation as a scholarly endeavor appropriate for faculty in physics departments. The book is freely available online, and printed copies of the book will be available soon.
Teacher Education in Physics: Collected Papers
Career Workshop with Peter Fiske at APS March Meeting
Are you or someone you know a physicist who wants to take his or her job search to the next level? APS is proud to offer a FREE interactive workshop at the APS March Meeting with award-winning author and experienced science career coach Peter Fiske. Topics will include career planning, developing a compelling CV, and more! Space is limited, so anyone interested should RSVP to Crystal Bailey (email@example.com)
Careers In Physics Workshop
Career and Diversity Events at the APS March Meeting
A variety of career and diversity events will be offered at the upcoming APS March Meeting in Boston.
March Meeting Events & Activities
Special Undergraduate Events at APS March and April Meetings
APS and SPS are teaming up to bring a number of special events just for undergraduates. Come to Future of Physics Days 2012 to learn more about graduate programs, physics careers, cutting-edge research, and more!
2012 Future of Physics
CSWP Announces First Recipients of the Woman Physicist of the Month Award
The Committee on the Status of Women in Physics (CSWP) began a new program in 2012 to highlight exceptional female physicists. The Committee is pleased to announce Dr. Helen Caines of Yale University and Dr. Elizabeth Simmons of Michigan State University as the first two recipients of the award.
Nominations for the CSWP Woman Physicist of the Month are accepted on a rolling basis.
Information and Nominations for Woman Physicist of the Month
M. Hildred Blewett Fellowship
Application Deadline: June 1, 2012
APS is now accepting applications for the M. Hildred Blewett Fellowship. This award is intended to enable women to resume physics research careers after an interruption.
Information and Application for Blewett Fellowship
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