Networking

The AIP Career Pathways Project (CPP) was designed to identify common features among physics departments with a strong record of preparing physics bachelor's for the science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) workforce and to disseminate that information to the physics community. By equipping physics departments and their students with tools for effective career preparation, CPP aims to increase the overall number and diversity of physics graduates, and of those joining the STEM workforce after the bachelor's degree.

Christine O’Donnell, Graduate Student, University of Arizona, Tucson, 2013 SPS Intern and Toni Sauncy, former SPS Director and Chair, Department of Physics, Texas Lutheran University, Seguin

Conferences for Undergraduate Women in Physics

Aug 5 2014

Caroline K. Williams

Conferences for Undergraduate Women in Physics

Jan 17 2014

Elizabeth Tennyson

Conferences for Undergraduate Women in Physics

Jan 18 2013

Azucena Yzquierdo

Conferences for Undergraduate Women in Physics

Jan 18 2013

Angelica Gheen

Conferences for Undergraduate Women in Physics

Jan 18 2013

Nicole Johnson

Conferences for Undergraduate Women in Physics

Jan 18 2013

Patrick Donnan

APS Division of Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics (DAMOP)

Jun 4 2012

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