Forum on Education

The Forum on Education (FEd) exists to involve its members in activities related to physics education, at all educational stages, from elementary to grad school and life-long learning. APS members who wish to support the work of the forum can join the Forum now. More information can be found in the FEd Flyer or in the Forum Bylaws.

The FEd is one of a number of educationally-oriented organizations and activities sponsored by the APS. The APS education page provides an overview and links to the other programs.


News & Announcements

The Latest FEd Newsletter Is Now Available
Gray Arrow Fall 2017 Newsletter

Excellence in Physics Education Award Announces Fundraising Campaign
The Forum on Education announces the kickoff of a campaign to raise $65,000 to complete the endowment of the Excellence in Physics Education Award. The FEd Executive Committee has authorized the FEd to match the first $15,000 in individual donations. Follow the link to learn more or to make a tax-deductible online donation.

The APS Committee on Education announces the Award for Improving Undergraduate Physics Education to recognize best practices in undergraduate physics education.

Congratulations to Our Newest APS Fellows

Gray Arrow APS Fellows from FEd

Congratulations to New Prize & Award Recipients

2018 Excellence in Physics Education Award
Ariel Paul, University of Colorado Boulder
Carl Wieman, Stanford University
Emily B. Moore, University of Colorado Boulder
Kathy Perkins, University of Colorado Boulder
Michael Dubson, University of Colorado Boulder
Sam Reid, University of Colorado Boulder
Wendy K. Adams, Colorado School of Mines

2018 Jonathan Reichert and Barbara Wolff-Reichert Award for Excellence in Advanced Laboratory Instruction
Kurt Wick, University of Minnesota

Upcoming Meetings

APS March Meeting 2018
March 5-9, 2018
Los Angeles, CA

APS April Meeting 2018
April 14-17, 2018
Columbus, OH

More Meeting Information

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