Spring 2015: Full Issue

   02 Freedom and Physics for All
Stars | SPS Awards and Accolades
   04 Award Recipients
   05 Outstanding SPS Advisor
   32 Outstanding SPS Chapters
Building Blocks | Undergraduate Research Projects
   06 Spotting and Measuring
        Oil Spills
In The Zone | Regional SPS Highlights
   08 Zoning In
Pathways | Advice from Experienced Voices
   10 My First Research
Feature | On Doing Research
   12 From College Student to
   14 How to Make the Most of
        Your Research Experience
   16 From Theory to Experiment
   20 Company Man
   21 Find Research Opportunities
   22 Research Communication
   23 On Growing Research Roots
Meeting Notes | SPS Reporters at Science Conferences
   24 In the Big Leagues
   25 An Exchange of Knowledge
   26 CUWiP:
        The APS Conferences for
        Undergraduate Women
        in Physics
Physics Connections
   28 Complex Numbers Have
        Real Uses

About the Cover
SPS member Nicole Johnson takes a selfie with a quadrupole magnet at the CERN museum near Geneva, Switzerland. Learn more about her research on glass and how you can get involved in research in this issue's feature section, "On Doing Research."
Photo by Nicole Johnson.

Bookmark and Share


Kendra Redmond

Managing Editor
Devin Powell

Copy Editor
Cynthia Freeman

Art Director
Tracy Nolis-Schwab

Society of Physics Students
One Physics Ellipse
College Park, MD 20740

Tel: (301) 209-3007
Fax: (301) 209-0839

Email: sps@aip.org
Web: www.spsnational.org

SPS President
DJ Wagner
Grove City College, PA

SPS/Sigma Pi Sigma Director
Sean Bentley

SPS is an organization of the American Institute of Physics

SPS American Institute of Physics

SPS Observer - Spring 2015

Read the full Spring Issue

About The Observer | Related Links

Recent Issues

2015: Spring

2014: Spring | Summer | Fall | Winter

2013: Spring | Summer | Fall | Winter

2012: Spring & Summer | Fall | Winter

2011: Spring | Summer | Fall | Winter