"Hidden Physicists" Submissions
Share your story and help Sigma Pi Sigma document the career paths of "hidden physicist."
One of Sigma Pi Sigma's greatest assets is its
diversity. Stemming from a common interest in and aptitude
for physics, our members have gone on to pursue a multitude
of interesting and unusual career paths. Now, more than ever,
we seek to draw on the wisdom and experience of our alumni.
With help from the American Institute of Physics,
Sigma Pi Sigma is attempting to locate the names and whereabouts
of people with BS, MS, or PhD degrees in physics whose careers
have taken them away from the traditional physics community.
We ask for your help in finding the universe of people who
are trained in physics—what they do and where they are.
As the physics community faces new challenges
and opportunities, we would like to engage these "hidden physicists"
in the fellowship of physicists. Therefore, if you work outside
the traditional physics community, please provide us with
the following information. Also, if you know of others in
similar situations, please encourage them to contact us. Several
responses will be selected for publication in each issue of
Material for publication must be received by
February 15 for the spring issue and by August 15 for the fall issue.