Winter 2014: Full Issue

Letter
   02 Freedom and Physics for All
Stars | SPS Awards and Accolades
   04 Physics Promoters
   05 Spring Award Opportunities
Pathways | Advice from Experienced Voices
   06 Know Thyself
Building Blocks | Undergraduate Research Projects
   08 Through Thick and Thin
Singularties | Profiles in Physics
   10 A Swedish Experience
Interactions | SPS Chapters in Action
   11 Fall Phenomena
Feature | We've Got Issues
   14 SPSer Seeks Sustainability
   15 Student Makes a Stand for
        His Department
   16 Communicate with Congress
   17 A Letter to Congress
   18 Posters on the Hill and
        Beyond
   19 Change Starts with You
   20 Give Counsel to the National
        Council
   21 So You Want to Be an AZC?
Physics Connections
   24 Thin Lenses and Chromatic
        Aberrations
   31 Appendix: Solution to the
        Achromatic Compound Lens
Meeting Notes | SPS Reporters at Science Conferences
   27 Beyond Academia
   28 My First International
        Science Conference
   29 My Nuclear Family
   30 "We Exist as a Section!"
Get Involved
   32 Share Your SPS Activities

About the Cover
This fall we asked you, the SPS community, to vote on what issues are important to you.
See p. 15 for your responses.
Photo by Courtney Lemon.

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Editor
Kendra Redmond

Managing Editor
Devin Powell

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Sean Bentley


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