George Washington University


May 14 2021

The Food for Hungry Physics Students program was established by the American Institute of Physics (AIP), the AIP Foundation, and donors of SPS and Sigma Pi Sigma to assist student in completing their education who have been negatively impacted by the pandemic and economic factors thereof. To help alleviate food insecurity concerns for students, the Society of Physics Students will provide $300 in financial support for chapters to start food cabinets for hungry physics students in their departments.

May 14 2021

Congratulations to the 2021-2022 national counsel election winners! Thank you to everyone who participated in the election process. Results of the election can be found on the election results page. Information about the individuals will be posted to the National Council page later in the summer. Looking forward to the amazing work the newly elected council members will accomplish over the next year! 

May 14 2021

Registration for PhysCon2022 is now open! Sign up to be apart of the 2022 Physics Congress being held in Washington DC from October 6-8th.  Sign up on the PhysCon website to register and receive notifications about the event.

Randolph-Macon College


Centennial Physics Congress - 100 Years of Momentum - October 6-8, 2022

While it may be more challenging to have a variety of chapter events, the SPS National

Mar 16 2020

On Feb 22, 2020: the SPS National Council approved a statement on the Climate Crisis: 

"The Society of Physics Students and the Sigma Pi Sigma National Council encourage chapters to sponsor, engage in, and pursue outreach events that promote awareness of the scientific basis of human-induced climate change to the general public. Furthermore, chapters are encouraged to champion initiatives that address the climate crisis and to practice environmental sustainability."



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