Help Strengthen the Future of the Physics Commmunity by Becoming a Member of the APS Legacy Circle

Dear Valued Member of the Physics Community,

We hope that APS has been instrumental in your career success. Now, we invite you to strengthen the future of the physics community by becoming a member of the APS Legacy Circle.

Some of you will soon be receiving planned giving information that we hope will be useful in guiding your philanthropic decision-making. Estate gifts to support APS programs — that need not cost you in your lifetime — will enable the Society to better serve the professional physics community, help educate the next generation of physicists, and communicate the excitement of physics to the general public for generations to come.

Kindly use the form below to request additional information, and/or share with us your intentions and be counted as a member of the APS Legacy Circle.

Thank you for your consideration.

Sincerely,
Irene I. Lukoff
APS Director of Development

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Staff Science Writer: Rachel Gaal
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August/September 2017 (Volume 26, Number 8)

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Articles in this Issue
2017 APS General Election Results
2018 APS Medal for Exceptional Achievement in Research Awarded to Eugene Parker
NSF Grant For Women in Physics
BEAM Fund Provides Aid to Undergrad Mentees
Change is in the Air
IPhO 2017 Unites Physics Brainiacs in Indonesia
Science Research in Gaza in Palestine
The Back Page
Research News: Editors’ Choice
Spotlight on Development
This Month in Physics History
News from the APS Office of Public Affairs
Careers Report
Education and Diversity Update