APS March Meeting: A Hit for GradSchoolShoppers

Take a moment and visualize being in a convention center, full of the brightest physical scientists in the world – making engaging presentations about every category of groundbreaking, cutting-edge, scientific discovery imaginable… and you’re at the APS March Meeting!


APS March Meeting 2014;   Photo Credit: APS Physics

http://www.aps.org/meetings/march/The American Physical Society (APS) March Meeting is consistently one of the highest regarded forums for international, interdisciplinary physics exploration. This year’s meeting, held March 3-7  in Denver, CO., was home to more than 10,000 international physicists, scientists, and students gathered to share insights from research conducted in universities, major labs, and industry.

GradSchoolShopper established a strong presence in the meeting, participating in the GradFair in which over 30 universities exhibited their graduate school programs. Gradschoolshopper’s very own, Julia Mandryk enjoyed the opportunity to meet future ‘grad-school shoppers’ from undergraduate programs nationwide. She recalled the event, stating her experience was both “excitement and stimulating.”

Above all, the APS  March Meeting was an opportunity to enrich and stimulate the physical science community, providing a platform for education as well as collaboration. Furthermore, the meeting was a phenomenal field trip for undergraduate students and faculty members looking to connect with the larger physics community.

With this in mind, would you like to be on the frontier of a scientific breakthrough? Are you looking for a resource to pinpoint university programs that offer exciting physics and engineering research opportunities? Are you an upper-class, undergraduate physics student lost in the jungle of preparing for graduate school?

Great News! If you’d like to learn more about graduate school; get insider tips for applying and being successful in graduate school from academic and industry insiders; and want to find the school and program best suited for your interest, then visit www.gradschoolshopper.com and find your future!

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