Leadership

One thing can lead to another when you start down the path of research

Zone meetings bring us together and build our community. They're also a lot of fun.

Christian Bayens

University of North Alabama

Ashley Lindow

Grove City College

Katrina Hanson

University of Wisconsin-River Falls

For me, SPS is a community of physics students, alumni, and mentors that I know I can always ask for advice and guidance. I've met so many amazing people who I am happy to be able to call friends. Thanks to them, I can see how much I've grown as a physicist and a person. Even though I'm currently studying Materials Science in grad school, I know that my physics family always be there for me. 

Brittney Hauke

Brittney Hauke

Coe College

2019 Quadrennial Congress Planning Committee

I am the first generation born in the United States on my father's side. I am SPS.

Kinsey Zarske

Kinsey Zarske

University of Southern Mississippi

Former Associate Zone Councilor, Zone 10

I am an international student. I am SPS.

Dominic Chang

Dominic Chang

Worcester Polytechnic Institute

Associate Zone Councilor, Zone 1

Working on the national council allowed me to connect with students across the country and shape the global direction of the society.

Chris Faesi

Chris Faesi

Harvard University

SPS Council Student Member

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