Instructions for inducting new members.
Engage with other members via our Facebook and LinkedIn groups, and participate in Adopt-a-Physicist, an online forum that connects high school students with physics graduates. more details
Email Address Updates
Please provide the national office with your permanent email address so you can access all of your member benefits.
Regalia & Insignia
Show your commitment to excellence. Order your official Sigma Pi Sigma insignia.
The Puzzle Corner
Sharpen your physics chops on these puzzles from Radiations magazine. more details
Statements on Diversity, Ethics and Evolution in Science Education adopted by the SPS & Sigma Pi Sigma Council. more details
The First Man-Made Nuclear Explosion
This talk given by L. Worth Seagondollar, a former President of Sigma Pi Sigma, describes one of the greatest war-time experiences possible for a young graduate student, including an eye-witness account of the 1945 plutonium fission device explosion in the New Mexico desert. full transcript
News & Announcements
WE HAVE MOVED!
All inductions for new Sigma Pi Sigma members are accomplished on our new and improved service site, MyHonorSociety.com. This site also serves as the first step in updating information on all Sigma Pi Sigma members. User names for this members only site are the email address that was entered into the system when you were first inducted. If you did not have an email address when you were inducted OR do not remember the email address, click here to reset the information.
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Connecting Worlds: SPS and Sigma Pi Sigma at PhysCon 2012
2012 PhysCon Articles
This compilation of articles by SPS Chapter Reporters captures the full depth and breadth of the 2012 Quadrennial Physics Congress, held in Orlando, Fl, November 8-10, 2012.
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Steve Feller honored with Seagondollar Service Award
Dr. Steve Feller, Coe College (IA), was presented with the prestigious Worth Seagondollar Service Award at the 2012 Quadrennial Physics Congress, held November 8-10, 2012, in Orlando, FL. more details...
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