The UVM SPS Physics Journal Club
The University of Vermont Physic Department has a long tradition of scientific research in the graduate and undergraduate community. However, many students don't know how to take their first steps into this world. How do I get a research adviser? Who should I choose? What options do I have? How can I learn more about what Physics at UVM has to offer?
With questions like these plaguing incoming physics students, UVM SPS is proud to introduce the SPS Physics Journal Club. Members of the Physics Journal Club will help each other advance their research by reading actual physics papers, giving presentations about their own research, giving advice on what researchers at UVM have to offer, hosting guest talks by UVM professors on their research, helping each other learn the basics of communicating your research to the general public, and going to physics talks hosted by the UVM Physics Department. The Physics Journal Club is open to undergraduates and graduate students alike; the only requirement for joining is a desire to pursue active research in the physics department and (if you are an undergraduate student) to be a member of the University of Vermont Chapter of the Society of Physics.
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org
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