Interested in pursuing a different style of academia?
Please join GAP on Tuesday, April 18th at 4:00 PM in the Interaction Zone to meet Dr. Michael Lerner. Dr. Lerner is a member of the faculty at Earlham College in Indiana, a liberal arts college focused on exceptional education. Learn more about the different paths to the elusive ivory tower and how different institutions expect you to balance your research and teaching life. (Cookies and coffee will be provided).
What comes next? Results of a 2015-16 School of Physics Alumni Survey
What comes after finishing a degree in physics? Professor JC Gumbart has compiled the results of the recent alumni survey and will present them on Thursday, March 30th, at 3PM in the Interaction Zone.
Afterward, we will open the floor for general discussion, questions, and ideas for improving career development. Please join us for cookies and this presentation about the next big step in a GT-physics graduate’s life! But especially cookies.
Update 03/21/17: The event was a great success. GAP would like to specifically thank Dr. Krishan for his speech and for answering questions from graduate students. For anyone who would like to get in touch with Dr. Krishan, here’s his email address:
A few pictures of Dr. Krishan’s speech. We hope to get such turnout for upcoming career events!
We had a wonderful turnout and some really fantastic demonstrations, congratulations to our 4 raffle winners! A huge thank you to the staff at SweetWater Brewing and the volunteers from the Atlanta Science Festival who helped our night run so smoothly.
ASF 2017 crowd
ASF 2017 - Photo2
ASF 2017 - Photo3
From left to right:
Adrien Saremi (Vice President) - Matt Gudorf (Secretary) - Anna Mietten (President) - James McInerney
03/14/17 – Update on the event: Thanks for the organizers who provided food and beverages. We hope you will come back for the future gatherings GAP will host.
The Graduate Association of Physicists would like to invite you to join us for a bagel brunch on Tuesday, March 7th at 12:00 PM in the Interaction Zone. Come and enjoy bagels and cream cheese with coffee and orange juice while spending time with other physics graduate students from the department. This will be the first event of regular monthly gatherings with the physics graduate students. We hope to see you there!
Thanks for coming out to our Donut Social yesterday! We hope you enjoyed catching up with fellow citizens of the SoP over donuts and coffee. Click for a brief recap of some administrative points from the meeting: