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Departing APS CEO Kate Kirby Looks Back
After 12 years at the helm, Kate Kirby reflects on her career and accomplishments at APS.
Serving APS International Members and Physicists Worldwide: A Crucial Endeavor of APS
The Department of International Affairs has launched cross-organizational partnerships to better serve APS members outside the US.
The National Mentoring Community Launches New Ways to Connect Members
Online opportunities help match mentees with mentors to provide guidance and support in navigating the world of physics.
The APS Division of Laser Science
A home for physicists engaged in researching laser technology and all researchers who use lasers in any way, shape, or form in their research.
Two New Bridge Program Graduates Share Their Stories and Advice
Brian Casas and Manuel Bonilla Lopez discuss their experience with the APS Bridge Program after successfully achieving PhDs.
Robert Park 1931–2020
Remembering the founder of the APS Office of Government Affairs and a relentless defender of science.
New Faculty Workshop Explores Techniques for Teaching Online
A workshop for early career physics faculty explored ways to promote active learning in online classrooms.
This Month in Physics History
December 1934: Discovery of Cherenkov Radiation
Office of Government Affairs
With New Report, APS Fights Trump Administration’s Plans to Restrict Visa Categories
FYI: Science Policy News from AIP
Science Policy Outlook for the Biden Administration
The Back Page
The Scientist as Artist
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