Society of Physics Students Garners National Attention
For the first time in a decade, the Wittenberg chapter of the Society of Physics Students (SPS) has been recognized as an Outstanding SPS Chapter. In 2003-04, more than 700 SPS chapters were active across the country, and less than 10 percent were so honored.
According to the national organization, “selection is based on the depth and breadth of SPS activities … in such areas as physics research, public science outreach, physics tutoring programs, hosting and representation at physics meetings and providing social interaction for chapter members.”
The SPS also welcomed the first-ever chapter of Sigma Pi Sigma, the national physics honorary, last year.