Mather Policy Interns Recount Summer on Capitol Hill
Oct 20 2015
2015 SPS Mather Policy Interns Elias Kim and Drew Roberts recount their experiences on Capitol Hill in an online article from Physics Today.
Discovery and Surprises at APS: An undergraduate perspective
American Physical Society March Meeting
Mar 2 2015
GradSchoolShopper releases 2016 data
Sep 29 2015
AIP recently released the 2016 data on physical science departments on GradSchoolShopper.com (GSS). Students will find up-to-date, comparative information on graduate programs and physics research in the United States and other countries.
Tips for Research Presentations
Tips and resources to help students prepare research presentations
LinkedIn Profile Template
What you need to know about LinkedIn
How to obtain and write references
What to do when Voldemort writes you a letter of recommendation (and other scenarios).
Mistakes: Don't make a career out of them
Some mistakes in applying for jobs are avoidable. Others provide opportunities to demonstrate your employability.
No cats allowed: How to use social media to advance your career
Employers are increasingly turning to Linkedin and other social media to identify and assess new hires.
Career success from volunteer success
Helping to run a campus club or other volunteer society provides career-building experience.
Why you should write thank-you notes
Expressing gratitude by mail is not a quaint courtesy but an effective way to advance your career.