Graduate Programs in Physics, Astronomy, and Related Fields shipped to participating departments and SPS chapters

The 2013 edition of Graduate Programs in Physics, Astronomy, and Related Fields has been shipped to participating departments and SPS chapters.

If your department is one of the participating departments in the directory, ask your department chair or graduate program director for the copy of the book. If not, please encourage your department chair to join the directory and be part of GradSchoolShopper.com. Point them to the Profile Options for Departments.

If your university has a chapter of the Society of Physics Students (SPS), ask your SPS chapter adviser for the book. You can become an SPS member if your university has an SPS chapter.

If your university does not have an SPS chapter, you may petition your university to start an SPS chapter. Currently SPS has more than 700 chapters at colleges and universities across the United States. It also has chapters in other countries, like Canada, China, Egypt.

If your university does not have an SPS chapter and your department is not a participating department in the directory but you think that you and your fellow students would benefit from the directory, please talk with your school librarians to purchase a copy of the book.

You may always use GradschoolShopper.com, the online version of the directory, containing most of the information in the print directory and free to use by all.

 

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The first year of grad school is really hard. Instead of spending time thinking about whether or not you should be in Grad School, spend that time doing your homework. Then after your first year you can think about whether you really want to be there. — Kendra Redmond, Program Coordinator and Assistant Editor, Society of Physics Students, Podcast Episode #1

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