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Research and Internships Workshop
We now have a Slack!
Michigan SPS now has an official slack! Join us via the invite link:
The SPS Slack workspace is open to everyone at the University of Michigan with an interest in physics. It is a great place to:
Get to know your fellow physics students.
Join class-specific groups to discuss class material.
Ask your peers about undergraduate research.
Share the latest physics memes.
And much, much more!
Standing in Solidarity
In light of the tragic deaths of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, and Breonna Taylor, many of us are struck by feelings of anger, pain, exhaustion, and fear of the abhorrent face of racism in our communities. We at SPS share in many of those feelings and have gathered resources to help us move forward in a both thoughtful and action oriented way. Please refer to this curated list on 10 ways to be anti-racist from MESA, as well as this crowd-sourced collection of resources for responding to the death of George Floyd.
Ann Arbor campus!
CUWiP (Conference for Undergraduate Women in Physics) is an annual event for undergrad physics majors!
Go Blue with Dearborn and Flint!
Cider Mill Trip 2019
Goodbye to the 2019-2020 Board
Thanks to the 2019-2020 board for their service to SPS in a turbulent - although good - year for SPS.
Front (from left to right):
Emma Luukkonen (social chair), Alexis Mulski (president), Julie Rakas (advocacy chair), Zhiquan Sun (secretary)
Back (from left to right):
Morgan Hale (tutoring chair), Grant Weldon (vice president), Daniel Mishins (outreach co-chair), Katherine Hoekstra (outreach co-chair), Major Stevens (treasurer)
Paint the Rock!
Our Winter 2018 Zone 7 Meeting (held January 26-27 here in Ann Arbor) was a blast! We saw some exciting presentations from both faculty and undergrads, fun social activities, and much more! Thanks everyone for coming!
How Do I Join SPS?
Email email@example.com or come visit our office at 1477 Randall (office currently closed due to COVID-19).