Conferences for Undergraduate Women in Physics (CUWiP) happen all over the country on the same day. Learn more in the reports below!

SPS Zone Meetings

Across the country, chapters are coming together in many of SPS's 18 Zones across the country to network and learn from each other.

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APS March Meeting

What did students get up to at the APS March Meeting 2013? Find out below!

AGU Fall Meeting

Three students reported on the AGU Fall Meeting in San Francisco, Dec. 3-10. Read their reports below.


Student Perspectives on Meetings

The Society of Physics Students (SPS) offers travel support at a level of $200 for SPS Chapters or individual students reporting on a national physics meeting for SPS, and similar levels of support for individuals presenting research at SPS-sponsored sessions at national physics meetings. Learn more about: SPS Reporter Awards | SPS Travel Awards


Featured Articles

American Physical Society April Meeting
April 5-8, 2014, Savannah, GA
St. Mary's College of Maryland2014 APS April Meeting in Savannah
St. Mary's College of Maryland

American Physical Society March Meeting
March 3-7, 2014, Denver, CO
Ashley TuckerA Wealth of Physics a Mile High
Ashley Tucker, St. John's University

Conferences for Undergraduate Women in Physics
January 17-19, 2014
Rebecca BissellA Weekend with Women in Physics
CUWiP at the University of Maryland and the National Institute for Standards and Technology
Rebecca Bissell, Virginia Commonwealth University
Marie BlatnikIon Smashing, Synchrotrons, and Solidarity
CUWiP at Stony Brook University and Brookhaven National Laboratory
Marie Blatnik, Cleveland State University
Kayla BollingerFilling the Gender Gap
CUWiP at University of California, Berkeley and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Kayla Bollinger, California State University, Long Beach
Kathryn HaszNortheast Conference for Undergraduate Women in Physics
CUWiP at Penn State
Kathryn Hasz, Oberlin College
Caroline K. WilliamsA "One-Stop Shop" for Aspiring Female Physicists
CUWiP at the University of Chicago and Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory
Caroline K. Williams, Northeastern Illinois University

223rd American Astronomical Society Meeting
January 5-9, 2014, Washington, DC
Sara FrederickReflections on the 223rd AAS Meeting in Washington, D.C.
Sara Frederick, University of Rochester

Kevin Victor GimaAttending a AAS Meeting as a College Student
Kevin Victor Gima, Prince George's Community College
Caroline RobertsAstronomy Goes to Washington
Caroline Roberts, The University of the South in Sewanee, Tennessee

Acoustical Society of America
December 2-6, 2013
Catherine MillerA Tale of Acoustics and Whales in San Francisco
Catherine Miller, Rhodes College

Morgan SmathersI Never Asked for This!
Morgan Smathers, Rhodes College

Zone Meeting Reports

Spring 2014 Meetings

Zone 7: University of Michigan, Feb. 21-22

Zone 13: Abilene Christian University, Mar. 22-24

Zone 2: University of Rochester, Apr. 5

Zone 17: University of Oregon, Apr. 11-12

Zone 8: The University of Tennessee, Knoxville,
Apr. 11-13

Zone 11: University of Northern Iowa, Apr. 12

Zone 18: California State University, Apr. 18-19

Zone 3: Seton Hall University, Apr. 25-26

Fall 2013 Meetings

Zone 13: University of Texas at Brownsville,
Oct. 10-12.

Zone 8: University of Louisville, Oct. 25-27

Zone 9: Carthage College, Nov. 8-9

Spring 2013 Meetings

Zone 11: Minnesota State University Moorhead,
Mar. 1-2

Zone 7: Eastern Michigan University, Mar. 15-16

Zone 13: Angelo State University, Mar. 22-24

Zone 17: Washington State University, Apr. 5-6

Zone 12: Uninversity Missouri, Kansas City,
Apr. 5-6

Zone 2: Rochester University, Apr. 6

Zone 6: University of Central Florida, Apr. 12-13

Zone 3: Drexel University, Apr. 26-27

Fall 2012 Meetings

Zone 13: Texas Tech University, Oct. 25-27

Zone 5: High Point University, Nov. 16-17


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