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
SPS works with other societies to develop undergraduate opportunities at national physics meetings, such as poster sessions, receptions, career workshops, and outreach events.
Keep an eye out for other SPS-sponsored student events at the next physics meeting you attend.
|2013 Meeting of the APS Division of Particles and Fields
August 13-17, 2013, New Orleans, LA
|DPF 2013: From αS to Z
Elwin Martin, Georgia Institute of Technology
|Conferences for Undergraduate Women in Physics (CUWiP)
January 18-20, 2013
|Highlights from SCUWiP 2013
Rikki Garner, the University of Texas Austin
|Diversity in 21st Century Physics Research
Nicole Johnson, Colorado School of Mines
|The 2013 Southeastern Conference for Undergraduate Women in Physics
Lily Udumukwu, University of Miami
|Encouraging Women in Physics
Angelica Gheen, Portland State University
|The Caltech 2013 Conference for Undergraduate Women in Physics
Azucena Yzquierdo, Hartnell College
|Women in Physics, Women in Power
Elizabeth Tennyson, University of Wisconsin - La Crosse
The Society of Physics Students (SPS) offers travel support for two students to represent SPS and the United States at the International Conference of Physics Students (ICPS), an annual conference of the International Association of Physics Students (IAPS). This is facilitated through the SPS Outstanding Student Award for Undergraduate Research.
Winners receive a $500 honorarium and a $500 award for their SPS Chapter, as well as expenses for transportation, room, board, and registration for the ICPS. In addition, winners are invited to give their research presentation at an SPS Research Session at a national meeting.
In addition, SPS Reporter Awards are occaisonally granted to SPS members reporting from other international meetings.
|17th Cambridge Workshop on Cool Stars, Stellar Systems, and the Sun
June 24-29, 2012, Barcelona, Spain
|Cool Stars in the Summertime
Stephanie Douglas, Franklin & Marshall College
Fall 2013 Meetings
Zone 13: University of Texas at Brownsville,
Zone 8: University of Louisville, Oct. 25-27
Zone 9: Carthage College, Nov. 8-9
Spring 2013 Meetings
Zone 11: Minnesota State University Moorhead,
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,
Zone 2: Rochester University, Apr. 6
Zone 6: University of Central Florida, Apr. 12-13
Zone 3: Drexel University, Apr. 26-27