My First Research Experience
The most transformative element of my undergraduate education
I am a 31-year-old student going back for a second bachelor's degree and a new career. I am SPS.
University of Minnesota
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I'm a certified scuba diver, and I like extreme sports. I am SPS.
Utah State University
SPS Research Intern
Working on the national council allowed me to connect with students across the country and shape the global direction of the society.
SPS Council Student Member
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We can make a meaningful impact on students who might not otherwise be exposed to the possibilities of physics.
Angelo State University
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My SPS internship taught me how to grasp networking and professional opportunities and become part of the physics community.
University of Delaware
SPS Outreach Intern
Through SPS, I met physicists at every level, from students to CEOs. These experiences helped me network, gave me more confidence in public speaking, and strengthened my leadership skills.
Carrying out our SPS chapter’s microgravity experiment was an unforgettable experience that I wish every aspiring physicist could have.
SPS gave me something important: an understanding that I can be a scientist who engages with policy makers and communicates effectively with the world at large.
AIP Mather Policy Intern
By becoming an AZC, I was able to help plan the 2008 Congress. I hope it inspired the next generation of physicists and leaders.
Florida State University
Associate Zone Councilor, Zone 18