Wanted: A Few Good Ideas

The purpose for which the Forum on Physics and Society was founded is to address issues related to the interface between physics and society as a whole, and FPS has a proud track record in doing so. For example, issues related to arms control and energy have been central themes. The Forum’s effectiveness in addressing these complex issues demands the active involvement of many of its members. As of now, vehicles for the Forum’s activities are this newsletter, invited sessions at meetings and short courses on selected issues. However, up until now, these activities have not engaged the majority of Forum members. We are therefore seeking ideas for projects that will expand participation in Forum activities. We request that any suggestions be sent to Ruth Howes at: rhowes@bsu.edu.

Arian Pregenzer, Chair
Ruth Howes, Chair-Elect
Allen Sessoms, Vice-Chair
Micah Lowenthal, Past-Chair

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