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-- 2004 Quadrennial Congress --
Reports & Photos

Thursday, October 14, 2004: Trinity Site Visit
The First Man-Made Nuclear Explosion
   — by L. Worth Seagondollar
      Past President, Sigma Pi Sigma

Conference Preliminaries: The Trinity Site Visit
   — by Christina Aragona, SPS Reporter

Trinity Site Visit Photo Gallery
 
Friday & Saturday, October 15 & 16, 2004: Congress Sessions

Ethics Recommendations from the 2004 Sigma Pi Sigma Congress
    
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An Overview of the 2004 Sigma Pi Sigma Congress from the Coe
College Chapter

   — by Kit Wobeter & Eric Hemesath, SPS Reporters,
      Coe College Chapter, Cedar Rapids, IA

Heritage & Promise: The 2004 Quadrennial Congress of Sigma Pi Sigma
   — by Raul Peters, SPS Reporter, Midwestern State University
      Chapter, Wichita Falls, Texas
2004 Quadrennial Congress of Sigma Pi Sigma
   — by Luke Swanson, SPS Reporter, Carthage College
      Chapter, Kenosha, WI
Meeting Highlights & Interview with Mildred Dresselhaus by the University of Arkansas
   — by Bryon Western & David Cameron
      University of Arkansas
Working (and Not Working) on Weapons
   — by Kenneth W. Ford
      Former Director & CEO, AIP
The First Man-Made Nuclear Explosion
   — by L. Worth Seagondollar
      Past President, Sigma Pi Sigma
 
 

 

Sigma Pi Sigma kicks-off the World Year of Physics 2005

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