This compilation of articles by SPS Reporters captures the full depth and breadth of PhysCon 2016.
High Point University, December 22, 2016
High Point University seniors Simeon Simeonides and Matt Iczkowski received Optical Society of America poster awards in applied physics for research they presented at PhysCon.
Wright College News, December 15, 2016
Student Kristine Romich’s passion for physics recently led her to San Francisco where she presented her research at the 2016 Quadrennial Physics Congress (PhysCon).
The Hilltop Monitor, November 18, 2016
Recently, several William Jewell students in the science departments attended national conferences where they had opportunities to network and present research.
The Independent Florida Alligator, September 19, 2016
About 25 students participated in a laser tag tournament, held Friday, which aimed to raise money for students to attend PhysCon 2016 in November.
Colorado School of Mines Newsroom, August 26, 2016
Two student physics organizations are offering bricks salvaged from Meyer Hall, the longtime home of the Physics Department, as a reward for helping members attend the largest gathering of undergraduate physics students in the world.
Texas Lutheran University Blog, August 5, 2016
TLU physics faculty and students are looking to join around 1000 undergraduate physicists on November 3-5 in Silicon Valley for a weekend filled with professional development, debates concerning common issues within the physics community, and visits to iconic scientific venues.
by DJ Wagner, The SPS Observer, Winter 2015
As I realized how amazing the  conference was, I thought, “I am bringing a busload of students to the next one!”
The SPS Observer, Fall 2015
So important is the connection between science and innovation that the upcoming 2016 Sigma Pi Sigma Quadrennial Congress (PhysCon) just outside of San Francisco will be devoted to the topic; its theme will be “Unifying Fields: Science Driving Innovation.”