Coe College

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

NIST Research Intern

Friday, August 1, 2014

Benjamin Perez

As I return to the school year routine, I think back to the wonderful memories I had this summer. I couldn’t imagine doing anything better with my time. The SPS internship program was truly amazing and opened my eyes to the possibilities a person has graduating with a physics major.

Sunday, June 8, 2014

Benjamin Perez

Friday officially marked the end of my first workweek at NIST, and all I can say is I have never worked in a work environment like it. From the employees, to the SURF interns and the giant campus, I was a little overwhelmed at first.

Sunday, June 1, 2014

Benjamin Perez

After my first week, the only thing I can complain about was my flight. I was expecting it to be short and easy, but it quickly turned into a 5-hour ordeal at the airport.

NIST Research Intern

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