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Induction into Sigma Pi Sigma is a lifetime membership. Each new member pays to the National Office an entrance fee of $54.00 at the time of their reception into Sigma Pi Sigma. This fee includes a one-year membership in the Society of Physics Students (SPS), or a one-year extension of membership for current SPS members.

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2014 Induction Instructions

A quick guide to initiate and complete your induction process

2014 Online Induction Site

We are now using a new, more user-friendly induction platform at myhonorsociety.com to reduce the time necessary to process inductions, and to ensure that members receive induction materials efficiently. Our new system will also address an issue of acquiring proper contact information from potential inductees during the induction process. Please refer to the 2014 Induction Procedure (above) to guide you through the process.
 
Additional Resources

Induction Resources (Dropbox folder with Powerpoint and PDF files)

Formal induction procedures and supporting files.

Note: To download the files from Dropbox, click on the desired file, and when it opens, click on the "Download" button at the top of the screen.

Historical Videos (Dropbox folder with mp4 and m4v files)

Marsh White interview, Worth Seagondollar talking about working on the Manhattan Project, and Sigma Pi Sigma Historical Video.

Note: To download the videos from Dropbox, click on the desired video. Once it opens, click on the following icon in the lower right-hand side of the screen:

(more actions);

Then click on "Download".

 

Historical Videos on YouTube

 

The First Man-Made Nuclear Explosion

Invited talk by L. Worth Seagondollar at the 2004 Quadrennial Physics Congress, hosted by Sigma Pi Sigma (October 16, 2004, Albuquerque, NM).

http://youtu.be/yzwY92ZYc6g

 

Marsh White Interview

Sigma PI Sigma icon, Marsh W. White Interview with Worth Seagondollar and Stan Shepherd

http://youtu.be/4eyRu_QrRXg

 

The History of Sigma Pi Sigma

A brief history of Sigma Pi Sigma

http://youtu.be/s5YAuWDnpxo