Update Concerning COVID-19
Due to the campus closure, we will not have any more in-person SPS meetings. However, it is still election time! To overcome the social distancing we hope you all are following, we will be doing elections online. The available officer positions are Vice President, Secretary, and Treasurer. Please see the events page for information on elections.
SPS Fall 2018 Group Photo
Jim Gates at Sigma Pi Sigma Initiation
Raúl Carballo-Rubio Talk about Quantum Gravity to SPS
SPS members at a Conference for Undergraduate Women in Physics
Inductees at Sigma Pi Sigma Initiation
Attendees of the SPS E&M Lectures
The Society of Physics Students (SPS) is a professional association for students interested in physics. Membership is not exclusive to only physics majors, but is open to anyone with interest in physics. Our chapter of SPS is under the leadership of our President, Geoff Garrido, and under the supervision of faculty advisers Costas Efthimiou and Adrienne Dove. Our goal is to generate a community of like minded individuals to help and support each other as we progress through the undergraduate degree and prepare for graduate school and/or the industry. The chapter also encourages attending the American Physical Society (APS) meetings held at the beginning of each year and funding travel for APS and other conferences.