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DPOLY’s Commitment to Address Racial Injustice
Dear DPOLY members,
As you may know from DPOLY-member emails, DPOLY has organized virtual meetings this summer. Most recently,
If you want to organize another virtual event, please contact DPOLY chair, Amalie Frischknecht, for information.
If you are not receiving these emails, please check your membership and also check your account settings to see if you are signed up to receive emails. If you have questions, please contact the division secretary, Steve Hudson.
Thomas O’Connor, DPOLY’s early career executive committee member, is organizing a series of virtual events for early career members; details to come soon.
2020 Polymer Physics Prize
2020 John H. Dillon Medal
Muzhou Wang (DPOLY), Northwestern University
Ignacio Martin-Fabiani-Carrato (UKPPG), Loughborough University
Nominees and award and office holders are expected to meet standards of professional conduct and integrity as described in the APS Ethics Guidelines. Violations of these standards may disqualify people from consideration or lead to revocation of honors or removal from office.