GAP/GTRI Career Event – 28th November 2017

GAP would like to thank GTRI employees Michael Clark and Oliver Pierson and GTRI representative Rachel Cox for presenting the ongoing work done at the institute and with partners across the country.

Their contact information:

Michael Clark:
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Rachel Cox: Continue reading GAP/GTRI Career Event – 28th November 2017

Step into STEM

On Saturday, October 14th, volunteers from GAP (along with members of SWIP, SPS, and the Imperial OPA Circus) participated in the second annual Step into STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) at the GT MoSE building. This initiative, hosted by GT Junior STEM, exposes K-12 students to the world of STEM and Georgia Tech while also allowing university students to showcase their passions and knowledge pertaining to the matter. The physics expo featured interactive demonstrations in superconductivity, resonance, electromagnetism, mechanics, and fluid dynamics, which engaged students and encouraged them to ask questions about the small wonders of the world around them.

Physics Brunch – 26 April 2017

The Graduate Association of Physicists would like to invite you to join us for another brunch on Wednesday, April 26th at noon in the Interaction Zone.

Come and enjoy bagels or waffles with coffee and orange juice while spending time with other physics graduate students and faculty from the department.  We hope to see you there!

In the interests of continuing an open forum with our department and promoting cross-disciplinary interaction, please bring an open mind and your suggestions for the upcoming school year!

Meet and Greet with Dr. Michael Lerner – 18 April 2017

Alumni Survey Results and Discussion – 30 Mar 2017

What comes next?  Results of a 2015-16 School of Physics Alumni Survey
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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.