Undergraduate Physics Teaching Workshop
Faculty Discussion and Workshop on Undergraduate Physics Teaching led by Aatish Bhatia, Carolyn Sealfon, and Katerina Visnjic, Princeton University.
October 3, 2014, 4 – 6.30 pm
7 Life Sciences Building, University Park Campus
Registration fee is $20. This fee covers a light meal to be provided at the workshop, and other costs of the workshop.
Please register here. You’ll find a link to “Undergraduate Physics Teaching Workshop…”
Short talks and a panel discussion on career options for physicists. Lunch will be provided.
Sat, Oct 4th, 12:30 to 2:30 pm
Once the early registration deadline for the meeting has passed, registrants will receive a form in their email where in which they can register for the career session. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you do not receive the email by September 15th.
Who Should Attend?
While the event is aimed towards undergraduate and graduate students in Physics, anyone interested in career options outside academia is welcome to attend. There will be plenty of time for Q&A to get specific information.
There will be a general talk on the scope of employment for people with Physics degrees, options outside academia, skills, etc. by Crystal Bailey of the APS. This will be followed by a short talk by two or three representatives (TBD) from the industry and national labs, followed by a Q&A session, which is the focus of the event. A pizza lunch will be provided and there will be additional time during lunch to meet with the panelists.
Penn State University is committed to an open, sensitive, understanding, and responsive campus environment. All participants of this conference are asked to all work together to discourage behavior within our community that is dehumanizing, including sexual harassment. For more information, see http://www.psu.edu/dept/aaoffice/sexharass.htm