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2015 SPS Council Elections Coming Soon

Kevin Thomas, University of Central Florida (left), and Zhenyuan Zhao, University of Miami (right)This spring SPS will elect new Zone Councilors from Zones 8, 10, 11, 15, 16, and 18 for 3-yr terms, and Zone 2 (final year of an existing 3-yr term); and new Associate Zone Councilors from all 18 Zones for 1-yr terms. In addition, the position of SPS President (2-yr term) will also be on the ballot.

Election Procedures | Current SPS Council

2014 Chapters Recognized

In the Jackson Park lab, Society of Physics Students from TLU share physics fundamentals and help you build a take-home project. Congratulations to all of the 2014 SPS Outstanding, Distinguished, and Notable Chapters! These awards are determined by Zone Councilors & Associate Zone Councilors each academic year, after a careful review of the information, photos and supporting material presented in the annual SPS Chapter Reports.

Photo: In the Jackson Park lab, Society of Physics Students from TLU share physics fundamentals and help you build a take-home project.

2014 Recipients | About the Awards | Meet your Zone Councilors

SPS Handbook for 2014-20152014-15 SPS Information Handbook

If your chapter has not received the 2014-15 SPS Information Handbook and additional files, check with your chapter advisor to make sure your chapter information is up-to-date with the national office!

Download the SPS Information Handbook

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Face Time with SPS National

SPS-Galileoscope Fund RaiserThe SPS National Office staff wants your chapter to do great things, and we want to help. Let us participate in one of your chapter meetings. Schedule a virtual chat via Skype or Google Hangouts with SPS National for your next chapter meeting.

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SPS has more than 700 chapters at colleges and universities across the United States. Each chapter is very individualized by the interests of its members, its physics & astronomy departments, the campus atmosphere, and the geographical setting.

The SPS is organized geographically in 18 zones. Each zone elects a Zone Councilor and Associate Zone Councilor to the SPS National Council. SPS encourages each zone to host at least one zone meeting each academic year.
National Council
The SPS National Council is the governing body for the Society of Physics Students and Sigma Pi Sigma, the physics honor society.

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